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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.

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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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Court Finds Emailed Arbitration Agreement Unenforceable

On January 16, 2019, the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division held in Skuse v. Pfizer, Inc., that Pfizer’s use of a computer training program emailed to employees was inadequate to obtain the employees’ agreement to arbitrate disputes. Pfizer

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Forced Arbitration is Unfair to Workers

Many companies require their workers to sign arbitration agreements—contracts that require workers to bring any claims related to their employment through arbitration, a private dispute resolution process outside the court system. Companies often require this of both employees and independent

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