Employment Discrimination

We Fight NJ Workplace Discrimination

The Law Offices of Ronald J. Wronko fights to obtain maximum compensation for employees who are the victims of unlawful discrimination. The firm regularly handles discrimination cases and has won such cases through trial. One of the keys to proving discrimination is demonstrating that the victim was treated differently than his or her co-workers who do not possess the same protected trait.

For instance, in the case of Emmons v. AT&T, New Jersey Superior Court, Law Division, Middlesex County, the Firm fought against a Fortune 500 corporation that was represented by a large, institutional law firm. The Firm defeated AT&T’s summary judgment motion and won a jury verdict. In that case, our client’s claim arose out of the fact that she was being treated differently on account of her gender.

The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (LAD) requires that an employer be neutral to race, disability, sexual orientation, gender, age and military status when making employment decisions. When an employer shows bias or preference to employees in these areas, such actions violate the LAD. Such an employer may be liable for damages under the LAD.

We are experienced attorneys with a track record in a variety of different kinds of NJ employment law discrimination cases:

If you believe that you are the victim of employment discrimination, please contact our firm for a free evaluation of your potential retaliation case.