New Jersey Workplace Retaliation Lawyers

Workplace Retaliation | Wrongful Discharge Or Termination | Demotions | Adverse Employment Actions | Constructive Discharge

Under state and federal laws, employees in New Jersey are protected from certain retaliatory actions by their employers. This protection can even extend to actions your employer takes after the termination of your employment. If your employer has violated worker protection laws, you have a range of remedies, from reinstatement (if you have been fired) and back wages to damages (including punitive damages) for the wrongful conduct. You want an experienced attorney who knows the law and legal process and who has helped others in similar circumstances to protect your rights.

At The Law Office of Mallon & Tranger, we have more than 40 years of experience protecting the rights of people who have workplace retaliation claims in Monmouth County and Ocean County. Founding partner Thomas Mallon became a certified civil trial lawyer in New Jersey in 1999. We take an aggressive approach, preparing every case with the expectation that we will go to trial. This strategy often allows us to settle cases for amounts that meets our clients' needs. Attorney Mallon also spent time as a prosecutor and investigator for the Ocean County prosecutor's office. We know how to gather and assess all relevant evidence and prepare and present the strongest arguments for your full financial recovery. We will use our experience, skill, knowledge and resources to help you get full and fair compensation for all your losses.

We provide a free initial consultation. Contact us by email or call our office at 732-702-0333.

Our Workplace Retaliation Claims Practice

We offer comprehensive counsel to people who have suffered adverse employment actions because of the exercise of their legal rights. We handle all types of retaliation claims, including situations where employers took punitive action because:

  • An employee reported unethical or illegal conduct by an employer such as discriminatory actions or violation of state or federal laws.
  • An employee participated in an investigation of another worker's discrimination claim or filed his or her own discrimination or sexual harassment claim.
  • An employee exercised his or her legal rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
  • An employee filed a legitimate workers' compensation claim for work-related injuries.

We represent men and women who have been victims of any type of retaliatory conduct, from the denial of a promotion to an unjustified negative performance evaluation, from reassignment to a demeaning or highly undesirable job to termination. We handle cases involving any conduct that on its face is discriminatory such as denial of benefits or opportunities given to similar workers, including training, pay reviews and pay increases.

Contact Us

At The Law Office of Mallon & Tranger, every new client is entitled to a free consultation. For a private meeting with an experienced New Jersey workplace retaliation attorney, contact our office by email or call us at 732-702-0333. Our offices are in Freehold, Toms River and Point Pleasant.

The Law Office of Mallon & Tranger is in Freehold, New Jersey, and serves clients in Monmouth County and Ocean County, including Freehold, Manalapan, Long Branch, Lakewood, Lakehurst, Colt's Neck, Brick, Point Pleasant, Asbury Park, Red Bank, Marlboro, Englishtown, Toms River, Farmingdale, Aberdeen, Neptune, Hazlet, Shrewsbury, Milltown, Lacey Township, Jackson Township, Howell, Manasquan, Spring Lake, Belmar, Seaside Heights, Manchester, Barnegat and Little Lake Harbor Township.