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Mitchell Schley, LLC New Jersey and New York Employment Lawyers

The Law Offices of Mitchell Schley is a top New Jersey and New York employment law firm dedicated to fighting for your rights in the workplace.

  • Not paid minimum wage or overtime?
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Law Offices of Mitchell Schley, LLC
Law Offices of Mitchell Schley, LLC

Welcome ToLaw Offices of
Mitchell Schley, LLC New Jersey and New York Employment Lawyers

The Law Offices of Mitchell Schley is a top New Jersey and New York employment law firm dedicated to fighting for your rights in the workplace.

  • Not paid minimum wage or overtime?
  • Wrongfully Terminated?
  • Harassed?
  • Discriminated Against?

Call today for a free telephone consultation.

Law Offices of Mitchell Schley, LLC
Law Offices of Mitchell Schley, LLC

Welcome ToLaw Offices of
Mitchell Schley, LLC New Jersey and New York Employment Lawyers

The Law Offices of Mitchell Schley is a top New Jersey and New York employment law firm dedicated to fighting for your rights in the workplace.

  • Not paid minimum wage or overtime?
  • Wrongfully Terminated?
  • Harassed?
  • Discriminated Against?

Call today for a free telephone consultation.

Law Offices of Mitchell Schley, LLC
Law Offices of Mitchell Schley, LLC
Law Offices of Mitchell Schley, LLC

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We represent and advise employees and employers on all aspects of a work relationship. Whether you need help with litigation in a federal or state court, arbitrations or need representation before government agencies.

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SCOTUS says LGBT Discrimination in the Workplace Violates Federal Law – What Does That Mean for New Jersey and New York Workers?

In a highly anticipated decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has declared that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, which is the federal law that bans certain forms of employment discrimination, applies to LGBT workers. In New Jersey and New

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U.S. Department of Labor Issues Guidance on Employee Leave Rights When Summer Camps and Programs Close Due to COVID-19

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many employees sought time off work under the paid sick leave or paid family and medical leave provisions of the Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) to care for children at home because their

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