New Jersey Whistleblower Protection

In New Jersey, under the Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA), it is illegal for an employer to retaliate against an employee who reports something he or she reasonably believes to be illegal. Reporting activity that an employee believes is illegal or refusing to participate in illegal activity is called "protected activity" under CEPA.

If an employee is fired, demoted, or otherwise retaliated against after whistleblowing, he/she may be entitled to monetary compensation under the law. 

You will need an experienced attorney to help you gather information and prepare and prove your case. I am experienced and knowledgeable in whistleblower claims.

 

Contact me by phone at 908-899-1005 or by email at info@sgergeslaw.com for a free consultation about your whistleblowing claim. 

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