Posts Categorized: Age Discrimination

Age Discrimination at Work: How to Recognize It, How to Protect Yourself from It

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Last updated Feb. 22, 2018. Recently, Bloomberg News published The New Face of American Unemployment. The article profiles five individuals representative of Americans struggling to find work in a still-challenging economy. Among those profiled is Mike Schlager, a 55-year-old Information Systems manager who lost his job after a change in management and, after one year,… Read more »

How Long Does a Discrimination Case Take?

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Last updated Dec. 29, 2017. When consulting with potential clients, one question always arises: If I sue my employer, how long will it take before I see a resolution of my claim? It’s a very good question, but unfortunately, there’s no hard-and-fast answer, since the pace of any employment lawsuit depends on the underlying circumstances…. Read more »

Discrimination Lawsuit Settlements: How Much Can I Sue My Employer For?

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Last updated Nov. 28, 2017. When I initially consult with new clients, one of the first things they want to know is how much money they can expect to recover by filing an employment claim. It’s a very good question. In fact, the potential value of your claim is one of the critical issues in… Read more »

New Jersey Age Discrimination Law: What Makes a Successful Claim?

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Last updated Jan. 30, 2018. Age discrimination is a growing problem in the modern workplace. Advances in health and medicine mean we’re living longer than ever before. Meanwhile, the Social Security system is on shaky footing and many older workers’ retirement accounts have yet to fully recover from the financial crisis. Workers paying record-high college… Read more »

Zatuchni & Associates Represents Ex-Fire Commissioner In Defamation Suit

Zatuchni & Associates currently represents a former Fire Commissioner for Franklin Township, New Jersey, in a defamation suit against several individual fire company officers. The client, an Iraq war veteran who happens to be gay, opened a MySpace social networking account in 2004. At that time, all MySpace accounts were public and accessible by anyone… Read more »