You are a devoted employee with a long, successful track record. Then, your boss tells you to do something you think is illegal. Your complaints to the HR department are ignored, and now your job is in jeopardy.
You now have a problem. You have become aware of a illegal practice, or a practice which violates an important public policy. You need your job, but can’t go along with it … can’t ignore it … can’t sweep things under the rug. If you go along with it, who knows, maybe you could face criminal prosecution. So you say “no” and suddenly your job performance reviews tank, you get transferred to a lesser position, or worse, you get fired.
The New Jersey Conscientious Employee Protection Act (“CEPA”) is meant to protect employees who are trying to do the right thing. If you suffered adversely on your job after you said “no,” or after you suggested that you could not agree or go along with the unlawful plan, there is a law that can protect you, your job, and your future. You could be entitled to compensation, including money for your attorney’s fees.
Contact us. We can evaluate your case and let you know how best to proceed.
Mr. Deininger has significant experience in CEPA litigation, including jury trial experience. An experienced attorney like Mr. Deininger can protect your rights.
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