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Hanan Isaacs
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New Jersey based divorce, family, and employment lawyer.
New Jersey based divorce, family, and employment lawyer.

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“Natural hair can be a career liability.” In this article, African American women share stories of their experiences with workplace discrimination, based on their hair. #NJ #Employment
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You may come across workplace conduct that’s unethical or illegal. Learn about your rights as a whistleblower before you report the activity. #nj #employment

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What happen when you get fired as an employee at will? The answer depends on the reason your employer gave for terminating you, and the truthfulness of that reason. This video explains more. #work #termination
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Careful what you put online! Your social media posts may violate an order of protection or restraining order.

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An HR leader is calling for other professionals in the field to take aggressive action that will inhibit sexual harassment in the workplace. #nj #employmentlaw

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For parents receiving Supplemental Security Income or Social Security Disability payments, child support may become more complicated. An experienced New Jersey family lawyer can help you navigate the details of your particular situation.

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This checklist can help you get your thoughts together for working out a parenting plan in your divorce.
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Use of noncompete and trade-secret agreements are on the rise and have about tripled since 2000! Those agreements lock workers into bad situations or prevent them from moving on to better jobs.
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Read those non-compete agreements carefully, and pay attention to how they’re worded. The devil is in the details and can affect whether the agreement is valid and enforceable. #nj #employmentlaw



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Could you end up in jail for refusing to pay child support? In New Jersey, the answer is yes, although it’s rare.
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