Employment Law

Rockland and Bergen County Employment Attorneys Serving Clients Since 1975

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KGG regularly represents individual and corporate clients alike in both prosecuting and defending employment discrimination claims including those related to: race, gender, disability, national origin, age and religion. Lead by partner Gary S. Graifman, our experienced team of Rockland County employment lawyers handles matters related to compliance with government rules, regulations and statutes, specifically:

  • Civil Rights Act of 1964
  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)
  • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
  • The Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA)
  • New York and New Jersey state laws protecting employees

If you were treated unfairly by your employer, our experience can work for you. We will use our knowledge and skill to your advantage in cases such as:

Employment Law Attorneys for Businesses

Employment disputes can often evolve into expensive and unnecessary litigation. At KGG, we help you to identify and resolve problems in the workplace before errors or omissions become expensive. Our employment attorneys will use their considerable and extensive experience to advise you regarding:

Every employer should have an employment manual and internal complaint procedure which communicates the goals, policies and procedures to the company’s employees. Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman, P.C. provides legal counsel on the creation and implementation of a proper employment manual, as well as procedures for resolving employment disputes. Our extensive experience can also benefit your company when it comes to review and preparation of severance agreements, employment agreements and litigation of restrictive covenants.

Contact KGG today or call 800-660-7843. Our full service law firm serves our clients with all their legal needs. Our Bergen County injury lawyers, Rockland County divorce attorneys and employment lawyers work side by side daily to serve our community. We are big enough to do it all, and small enough to care.

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