When fines were levied on skilled maintenance employees in the Hamilton Township teachers strike for not crossing the picket line, our Labor & Employment attorneys convinced the court to reverse those fines.
Life Insurance Claim Denied to Wrongfully Terminated Public Employee
Frustrated, overwhelmed and physically ailing from an assignment for which she was neither trained nor hired, a Teacher’s Aide and mother of 2 young children emphatically requested a transfer. The request was denied. During the summer, the Teacher’s Aide found out she had terminal cancer – and only a few months to live.
Thousands of NLRB and PERS Arbitrations and Private Employer Contracts for Dozens of Labor Unions and Civil Service Workers
Since 1929, at the very beginning of America’s labor union movement, Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman attorneys have represented New Jersey workers. Currently, the law firm represents more than 30 labor unions, trade councils, and locals.
New Jersey Supreme Court Issues First Amendment Landmark Decision.
In a landmark decision, the New Jersey Supreme Court unanimously held that the Lawrence Township sign ordinance violated our client’s First Amendment right to free speech and is unconstitutional. At issue was IBEW Local 269’s use of a 10-foot-tall rat balloon during a labor protest in Lawrence Township.
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