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  •   Attorney Ty Hyderally founded our Montclair law firm, Hyderally & Associates, P.C., with the goal of offering New Jersey's workers high-quality legal representation and a goal of earning a reputation as one of the Northeast's leading employment law firms bringing numerous clients to our door each year for assistance with cases related to the following: Wage laws Discrimination Sexual...

  • At the Union-based law firm of Schwartz, Barkin & Mitchell, all of our attorneys have nearly 30 years of legal experience. While this fact is impressive in itself, the fact that they have more than 170 years of combined experience is what leads clients from Union, Essex and Morris counties to our firm's door. Both individuals and businesses from throughout New Jersey's Skylands and Gateway...

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    For more than 40 years, McOmber & McOmber, P.C., of Red Bank, New Jersey, has provided skilled and dedicated legal guidance to businesses, individuals, public institutions, and non-profit organizations. Our attorneys are equipped to handle the most demanding and complex legal matters including those involving business law, collections, employment law, personal injury, zoning issues, real...

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    The laws that govern civil appeals, criminal appeals and education-related disputes are complex and often difficult to understand. Asselta Law specializes in guiding clients through these confusing legal issues while aggressively protecting their interests. Founding attorney Richard Asselta has over 16 years of legal experience, and he works closely with each client to understand what is at stake...

Need help with an Education Law matter?

You've come to the right place.  Education lawyers represent parents and their children in cases involving students' access to public school education, rights of special needs students under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), discrimination in education, and more.

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