Passionate

My passion is to work on legal matters relating to special education, student rights, disability rights, and employment law. Read more about my New Jersey practice.

Experienced

Since 2009, I have worked with children and adults with various disabilities, including those with autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, deafness, and neurophysiological disorders. Learn more.

Knowledgeable

It is essential to keep up with the latest in legal developments and legal tactics. I regularly participate in attorney-only listservs and blog as time permits See below for the latest blog posts.

Accessible

If you have a legal matter, you may reach out to me via email, Skype chat, AIM, or TTY. I am also available by appointment in Chatham and Princeton; and I regularly meet working parents in their homes. Learn more.

 

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August 15, 2013

The Preemptive Strike

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: if a small business does not have proprietary information or trade secrets, it is generally ill advised


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July 29, 2013

Joint Employer and Overtime Pay

The concept of “joint employer status” is elusive to employers and employees alike.

The Fair Labor Standards Act provide that
all joint employers


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July 15, 2013

Calculating Overtime Pay for Tipped Employees

A basic explanation of how to calculate overtime pay for non-exempt employees was provided in a previous blog post.

In the hospitality industry –


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