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Could a business transaction be considered legal malpractice?

Business professionals in New Jersey might benefit from understanding whether a business transaction can be considered legal malpractice or not. When a lawyer enters a financial, property or business transaction, the conduct may be considered to be acting with a conflict of interest. This is primarily due to the confidence and trust that the client puts in legal counsel, as well as the training and proficiency involved with obtaining this status.

How to handle employment law disputes in New Jersey

Employees are protected by law from racial, sexual and other types of harassment. If an employer violates a protected right, an employee may be entitled to compensation or other forms of relief. Prior to filing a lawsuit, it may be a good idea to work with the employer to determine if a right was violated and what can be done to remedy the issue.

Sexual harassment in the workplace

Workers in New Jersey are legally protected from sexual harassment by supervisors, coworkers and clients at their workplace. Sexual harassment can take many different forms and can be experienced by both men and women. After being sexually harassed, workers should make it clear to the person harassing them that the behavior is unwelcome and unlawful.

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