Serving Middlesex County, Mercer County, & New Jersey statewide
The law firm of Richard E. Shapiro, LLC represents parents, students and employees throughout New Jersey. Our attorney gives individual attention to each client, working collaboratively with you toward a practical solution to your legal problem. As soon as we form a legal strategy, we implement it aggressively in defense of your rights.
Our employment attorney represents employees in conflicts involving:
Employment discrimination - Sexual harassment - Racial harassment - Wrongful termination - Employment contracts - Severance agreements - Non-compete agreements - Disability rights
Our firm represents parents and students in conflicts with school administrations regarding disciplinary issues and students' rights. These issues include:
Suspension and expulsion - Free speech - Harassment - Discrimination - Access to student records - Correction of student records - Searches of students - Program and placement issues
Our law firm advocates for the rights of children with disabilities within the educational system. We help parents of children with special needs fight for the proper implementation of an Individualized Education Program (IEP). You can also turn to us for help securing related services including speech therapy, occupational therapy and parent training.
Get compassionate service and vigorous representation Our New Jersey law firm is dedicated to aggressive representation in a collaborative relationship with clients. For assistance with education or employment issues, contact Richard E. Shapiro, LLC in Princeton.
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