There are many types of contracts, including, employment agreements, commission agreements, leases, and agreements to provide goods or services. If you are a party to a contract and believe that the other side has breached the agreement either through non-payment or failure to perform, the Law Office of Stewart L. Weisman can represent you.Employment and Workplace Discrimination
The Law Office of Stewart L. Weisman has experience, both in and out of the courtroom, in the area of employment and workplace discrimination. Such discrimination can be perpetrated against employees because of their Age, Disability, Gender, National Origin, Race, Religion, or Sexual Orientation. Sometimes the discrimination is obvious, but more often it is subtle. Sometimes the discrimination can create an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment such as when an employee falls victim to Sexual Harassment. Sometimes the employer retaliates against one of its workers for simply complaining about harassment. Please contact the Law Office of Stewart L. Weisman.
Defense of Attorney Grievances (for attorneys only)
The new Rules of Professional Conduct (“RPC”) took effect on April 1, 2009. If you are a practicing attorney who needs guidance through the labyrinth of the RPC, or if you have received a letter from the Grievance Committee or must make an appearance before the Appellate Division, then please contact the Law Office of Stewart L. Weisman.
Referenced in Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution, bankruptcy has been around since the birth of the nation (“Congress shall have Power . . . [t]o establish . . . uniform Laws on the subject of Bankruptcies throughout the [.]”). Today, there are four chapters of the Bankruptcy Code available to individual consumer debtors: Chapter 7 (Liquidation), Chapter 13 (Repayment of All or Part of the Debts of an Individual with Regular Income), Chapter 11 (Reorganization), and Chapter 12 (Family Farmer or Fisherman). Please contact the Law Office of Stewart L. Weisman.