If you are seeking help and support when pursuing litigation, we are here to help! At PSCB Law, we have a dedicated litigation department in our law office to help our clients in a wide variety of areas. If you need a litigation attorney in NJ or NY with extensive experience, we’re the team for you.
Our goal is to work with our clients to seek the best result possible, supporting them through every stage of the legal process. The New Jersey supreme court is no match for our super lawyers.
Our accomplished law firm will help you throughout your time with us. If you are looking for a legal team with a sure understanding of New Jersey law, you have found the right one. Here’s how we work to support you.
Helping You Through Your Lawsuit
When you’re taking legal action, you want to know that your legal team has your back. Thankfully, at PSCB Law, we have the best lawyers who will be behind you every step of the way.
Our services begin with an assessment of the legal matter you are facing. Once your situation has been evaluated, we will walk you through all of the legal options you have. If your case is one we can help you with, your litigation journey will begin.
Our work with you will start with the initiation of your lawsuit, filing the summons, and complaint. We will walk you through all of the following legal processes, including pre-trial discovery, the trial, and the collection of judgment rewards. We pride ourselves on forming a positive attorney-client relationship throughout your legal dispute.
Clients We Represent
Some of the typical clients we represent at our New Jersey law firm are covered but not limited to the following areas:
Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA)
The CEPA (Conscientious Employee Protection Act) is a New Jersey whistleblower law that works to protect employees. With this law, employees are protected from being harassed, demoted, fired, or any other forms of retaliation, if they object to something they believe is in violation of the law.
If you refuse to participate in a workplace activity that appears to be in violation of the law or criminal in nature, you are protected. If you disclose information about potentially illegal or fraudulent activity at work, you are protected. If you need to provide information or testify to an investigation involving your employer, you are protected. This law also practices licensed health care professionals who refuse to object to a practice that they deem as improper patient care.
If you believe you have the right to make a whistleblower claim against your employer, our litigation team will be ready to walk you through the legal process.
Law Against Discrimination (LAD)
The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (LAD) is a piece of anti-discrimination law. This law protects people from discrimination and harassment in multiple areas, including employment, public businesses, schools, and housing.
If you have experienced discrimination or harassment based on race, religion, nationality, sex, sexual orientation, disability, gender expression, this law will work to protect you. If you have experienced unfair harassment based on any of these areas, our litigation team can pursue legal action.
Consumer Fraud Act (CFA)
New Jersey’s Consumer Fraud Act (CFA) is a law designed to protect consumers. The CFA protects consumers against fraudulent practices in the marketplace. Salespeople, merchants, contractors, or any business selling a product or service are not allowed to use deceptive practices when selling their goods or services to a customer.
This law protects consumers in a wide range of areas. With his law, you can fight a contractor who sold you faulty equipment or services. You can fight a seller who failed to warn you about problems or defects with a product that have caused injury or damage.
If the New Jersey CFA is applicable to your legal situation, our litigation team will be able to help you seek compensation and justice.
Probate litigation can be tough for a variety of reasons, making it important to have a competent, caring legal team on your side. When it comes to court legal proceedings regarding a deceased person’s estate, there are some steps to take to avoid probate litigation! Watch our video below to learn more.
How Can We Avoid Probate Litigation?
We know, though, that sometimes, probate litigation may be the only option for some families. If the deceased did not leave a will, did no estate planning, or does not have an extensive estate filled with valuable property, you have pursued a simple probate procedure. We can help you with more complicated proceedings, too, to seek the results you deserve.
Foreclosure is another area of New Jersey law that can be difficult to navigate alone. Our legal team is ready to help you deal with the foreclosure process. When you miss mortgage payments on your home and are considered in default. This happens if you are more than 120 days late on your missed payments.
In the state of New Jersey, all lenders must go to court to begin the foreclosure process by filing a foreclosure complaint. Once served, you can file an answer to begin your defense process. Our legal team is fully prepared to help you through this process, walking you through this legal process.
If you’re looking for ways to defend your home, we have a helpful video about that as well! Check it out below.
Our litigation lawyers are well versed and ready to handle real estate litigation. We are prepared to help with any partition actions you may require.
Partition is a New Jersey legal action that allows two people to divide the real estate. If you have two or more co-owners of a piece of real estate who do not want to sell that property or give up ownership, this is the legal route of action to separate their interest.
The separation of owned real estate properties can be complicated to work out in the legal system. Luckily, our team is prepared to take partition action cases, and help you seek your ideal results.
Arbitration can be either voluntary or mandatory. However, mandatory arbitration can only come from a statute or a contract that is voluntarily entered into, in which the parties agree to hold all existing or future disputes in arbitration, without necessarily knowing, specifically, what those future disputes could be. The arbitrations can be binding or non-binding. Non-binding arbitration is similar to mediation in that a decision cannot be imposed on the parties. However, the principal distinction is that whereas a mediator will try to help the parties find a middle ground on which to compromise, the (non-binding) arbitrator remains totally removed from the settlement process and will only give a determination of liability and, if appropriate, an indication of the quantum of damages payable. By one definition arbitration is binding and non-binding arbitration is therefore technically not arbitration.
We’re Here to Help
If you are seeking litigation support, we are ready to help. Our dedicated litigation team is well aware of New Jersey legal proceedings and seeking the results our clients are looking for.
If you are ready to receive support and legal advice from a New Jersey attorney, you can contact us at our website here. You can also call us at (844) 533-3367 or email us at Contact@PSCBLaw.com .