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The CROWN Act & New Jersey’s Fight Against African-American Hair Discrimination

Supreme Court Rulings Which Explain Employer Liability for Sexual Harassment By Supervisory-Level Employees

What is Mallory’s Law and What Does it Mean to Bullying Victims in New Jersey?

Tips for Handling Retaliation in the Workplace

How Holiday Party Sexual Misconduct Can Be Considered Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

A Brief Guide to Understanding Non-Compete & Arbitration Clauses in an Employment Contract

Why Your Severance Agreement May Be Invalid, And What You Should Do About It

Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA): Know Your Rights

What You Should Know Before Signing Your Severance Agreement

The Rampant and Ugly Reality of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

The CROWN Act & New Jersey’s Fight Against African-American Hair Discrimination

Rules on hair in schools and the workplace are not uncommon and have been enforced in these environments for decades. However, in recent years, African…

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Supreme Court Rulings Which Explain Employer Liability for Sexual Harassment By Supervisory-Level Employees

At the Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, PC, we provide legal representation for clients in need of a world-class workplace sexual harassment lawyer in South…

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What is Mallory’s Law and What Does it Mean to Bullying Victims in New Jersey?

At The Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, PC, we take immense pride in our role as trusted workplace sexual harassment lawyers in South Jersey, but…

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Tips for Handling Retaliation in the Workplace

Standing up for yourself takes courage, whether you’re dealing with friends, family, or your supervisor at work. It’s frightening to “rock the boat,” to confront…

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How Holiday Party Sexual Misconduct Can Be Considered Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

The world is cracking down on sexual harassment in the workplace. While many employers and employees understand what is acceptable and unacceptable conduct in the…

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A Brief Guide to Understanding Non-Compete & Arbitration Clauses in an Employment Contract

If you’ve signed an employment contract, chances are you might have entered into a non-compete agreement with an arbitration clause. Non-competes are becoming increasingly common….

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Why Your Severance Agreement May Be Invalid, And What You Should Do About It

When an employee is terminated from a company, he or she might be asked to sign a severance agreement, which is a legally binding contract…

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Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA): Know Your Rights

Enacted on October 13, 1994, the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) is an important piece of anti-discrimination legislation that protects the employment…

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What You Should Know Before Signing Your Severance Agreement

We’ve heard it all by now. You came back to work after an emergency sick day or a nice weekend only to be told by…

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The Rampant and Ugly Reality of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

If you’ve been hearing the headlines lately, it’s only confirmed what our law firm has always known—sexual harassment is an epidemic and it leaves behind…

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