- Of Counsel
After spending decades building your career and amassing positive performance reviews, you are suddenly passed over for a promotion or laid off in favor of someone younger and less experienced. Or perhaps you interviewed for a job which you did not receive even though you were the most qualified candidate. While there could be a reasonable explanation for your employer or potential employer’s decision, you could in fact be a victim of age discrimination.
The lawyers at Mason, Griffin & Pierson, P.C. in Princeton can help. The firm’s age discrimination attorneys are dedicated to protecting the rights of workers throughout New Jersey. We understand the professional and personal toll employment discrimination can have on you — and the financial, mental and emotional consequences involved. We are committed to obtaining the best possible results in your case through experience, thorough preparation and individual attention.
Age discrimination in the workplace
Age discrimination refers to an employer or entity making decisions involving the following based on age:
Compensation and benefits
Promotions and demotions
Terms of employment
In New Jersey, employees who are at least 18 years of age are protected by age discrimination laws, defined by the federal government as the act of treating a job applicant or employee less favorably because of his or her age. Under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), individuals age 40 and older are protected from discrimination in the workplace.
UrbanPromise Trenton is a non-profit, “for promise” organization providing free After School drop-in and Summer Camp programs to the youth of Trenton. UrbanPromise Trenton equips participants with the skills necessary for academic achievement, spiritual growth, life management, and Christian leadership. UrbanPromise Trenton also employs Trenton teens in their StreetLeader program where teens are mentors and leaders to the younger children in the programs.
Mr. Hammett joined Mason Griffin & Pierson P.C. in 2018 and practices in the field of Trusts and Estates; Real Estate; Business Law; and Chancery Court Practice.
To learn more about UrbanPromise Trenton, please visit www.urbanpromisetrenton.org.
We are pleased to announce that firm attorney Anthony R. Todaro has been appointed as Planning Board attorney in the Borough of High Bridge (Hunterdon County).
We are pleased to announce that firm attorney Anthony R. Todaro has been appointed as Zoning Board attorney in Hamilton Township (Mercer County).
The mission of the Hunterdon Land Trust is to preserve the integrity of the rural landscapes in the Hunterdon County region by protecting/enhancing natural resources and the cultural landscape of the historic Dvoor Farm for public enjoyment and education. The Land Trust has helped protect more than 10,280 acres of farmland and open space and owns and manages nature preserves throughout Hunterdon County.
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Trishka Waterbury Cecil, Of Counsel with the Firm, has completed her annual Year-End Law Review for 2020 (a/k/a the “Big Book”) which is now available for members on the New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys (NJILGA) website: https://www.njilga.org/. At a webinar presented on November 19, 2020 at the New Jersey State League of Municipalities Virtual Conference, Trishka (NJILGA Past President) and Steve Goodell (Treasurer), highlighted and discussed selected local government cases from the past year and entertained questions and comments from attendees.
Sharon Dragan, a Director with the Firm, has recently been elected to serve as Secretary for the NJ Institute of Local Government Attorneys in 2021. For more information about the NJILGA, see
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