Employment law matters affect both you and your family. If you need to file a claim, you likely have questions and concerns that you need answered by an attorney. The lawyers at Law Offices of Feeley & LaRocca will provide the quality representation you need when faced with a legal issue.
Law Offices of Feeley & LaRocca is an established law firm that represents employees in employment law claims. Attorney John Feeley has years of experience representing individuals throughout New Jersey and will tailor his legal services to meet your specific needs.
A Vast Range of Services
The firm is able to represent your interests in an employer discrimination, employer harassment or other type of employment law claim. The firm is experienced at handling a wide range of matters, including:
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) issues
- Wrongful termination
- SEPA claims
- Administrative hearings
Public Employment Law
Law Offices of Feeley & LaRocca has vast experience representing public employees in a wide range of matters, including:
- Disciplinary hearings
- Failure to promote
- Failure to hire
- Hostile work environment issues
Attorney John Feeley has tried countless cases in the area of employment and labor law. He has in-depth knowledge of the law and is held in high esteem by his colleagues and other legal professionals. He knows how to prepare your claim and can identify the best approach to resolving your legal issue. Read Russo v. Board of Trustees, a Supreme Court case that Mr. Feeley handled involving public employee disability pension issues.
Contact an Essex County Labor Law Attorney
To schedule a free 30-minute consultation, please contact the New York employment law attorneys at the firm at 973-821-4220 or 973-821-4220. The lawyers at the firm offer flexible office hours and are happy to schedule appointments at your convenience. Located in South Orange, Law Offices of Feeley & LaRocca serves clients throughout New Jersey and New York.
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- PUBLIC EMPLOYEE DISABILITY PENSIONS
- LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW
- WORKERS’ COMPENSATION
- PERSONAL INJURY
- COOPERATIVE HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS/CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATIONS