Employment Law, Municipal & Public Entity

We defend governmental bodies and private employers in every aspect of employment-based litigation.

We handle matters involving sexual harassment, sexual orientation, race discrimination, Title VII, various federal and state statutes, including the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination and Employment Act, the Family Medical Leave Act, and the New Jersey Conscientious Employee Protection Act.

We are fully prepared to aggressively mount a defense at every phase, from the initial claim, administrative agency filings, through federal court litigation. At the same time, we recognize the business realities faced by our clients.

The awareness of business realities informs both our litigation strategy and our efforts to insure that our clients achieve their business goals in a manner consistent with state and federal law. To this end, we review existing employment policies and practices to help clients minimize litigation risk.

We understand the nuances of public entity law and its interplay with state and federal constitutional protections. We successfully represent municipalities and governmental agencies against claims involving constitutional violations of every nature.

Special Education Law Update; Fall 2017

John B. Comegno II and Frontline Education have partnered together to examine the potential impact of the March 22, 2017, ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court and what this major special education development means to the future of “Free and Appropriate Public Education” (FAPE).

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Alicia Hoffmeyer to Present in Learning Lab Session

Join Alicia on Wednesday, October 25, during the 2017 NJSBA Workshop, for a legal panel discussion regarding tenured employees and tenure charges.

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