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Whistleblower

If you feel you were retaliated against for blowing the whistle, Mason, Griffin & Pierson, P.C. can help.  New Jersey’s Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA) protects employees who report or threaten to report illegal or unethical activity, also known as being a whistleblower.  As long as you engage in this activity in good faith, you cannot be harassed, terminated, or retaliated against for doing so.  The attorneys have represented many employees with CEPA claims and achieved excellent results for clients.  If you are being harassed in retaliation for engaging in protected conduct (such as complaining about illegal discrimination, or blowing the whistle on illegal activity), then you may also have a claim under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (LAD).  The firm’s goal is to learn more information from you about what is happening in the workplace and to provide you with advice about options for moving forward.  The attorneys may be able to negotiate a resolution on your behalf or, if the matter warrants it, to file a lawsuit to recover economic and emotional damages you have suffered.



  • Sharon A. Dragan receives the Michael A. Pane Ethics In Government Award

    Congratulations to Sharon A. Dragan for receiving the Michael A. Pane Ethics In Government Award. The award was presented by the NJILGA at the New Jersey State League of Municipalities November convention. The Michael A. Pane Ethics In Government Award honors a municipal professional who exemplifies the highest standards of ethics and whose work has significantly enhanced the integrity of local government. November 2023 The Michael Pane Award, established by the Pane Family and the New Jersey State League of Municipalities, is given in honor of Michael A. Pane, Sr., who was the long-time editor of the Municipal Law Review, president and trustee of the New Jersey Institute of Municipal Attorneys, counsel to the New Jersey Association of Municipal Clerks, counsel to the League of Municipalities and author of the New Jersey Practice Series, Local Government Law volumes.



  • Liz Zuckerman appointed to the District VII Ethics Committee:

    The Supreme Court of New Jersey appointed Elizabeth Zuckerman to serve on the District Ethics Committee for District VII (DEC VII) for a three-year term. The district includes Mercer County. August 23, 2023



  • Paul M. Bishop named Director

    We are pleased to announce the election of Paul M. Bishop to the Board of Directors, Mason, Griffin & Pierson, PC. Paul, one of the firm’s senior litigators, practices business, commercial, and general litigation, and represents clients in complex disputes throughout New Jersey’s state and federal courts. July 2023