After a two-day trial, a Jersey City jury found that Bank of America violated the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act when it lost the records of our client’s  $26,000 deposit in two separate CDs, and then refused to return her interest and principal when she appeared at the bank several years later with the two…

The plaintiff, a small restaurant, was a tenant in a shopping mall. Under a provision in the restaurant’s lease, the mall itself was responsible for collecting and disposing of the restaurant’s waste. However, over a period of 4 years, the restaurant’s owner received invoices from an outside waste company-the defendant. The owner kept on paying…

Case filed against Multinational Drug/Pharmacy Chain Store for Age and Sex Discrimination and Past Due Overtime Wages

A race discrimination complaint was filed on behalf our client against a large New Jersey hospital for racial discrimination in termination. Our client, the only female African-American paramedic at the  hospital, alleged that she was  fired  from her position as a paramedic for submitting a patient care report containing an alleged error, while her white…

Our client, a US Citizen of Arab background and a Muslim, alleged that he suffered ethnic and race discrimination by his co-workers and supervisors.  He alleged that over a period of 3 years his supervisors and co-workers referred to him as a “terrorist,” a “towel-head,” “camel jockey,” “bomb maker,” asking him whether he had any…

In employment discrimination cases, such as age, race, ethnicity, disability, sex, etc., or discriminatory harassment, direct evidence of discrimination includes, but not limited to, for example, supervisor making discriminatory comments in emails, recorded telephone messages, text messages, social media postings, etc. While direct evidence of discrimination is preferred, a plaintiff is not required to come…

Few pieces of evidence are more persuasive than a tape recording of a party to a lawsuit in which the party makes a discriminatory statement.  A discriminatory comment captured on an iPhone or other smart phones or recordings devices could go a long way in proving a discrimination case. Many employees who are unjustly harassed,…

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