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Marc-Joseph Gansah

Associate

Newark, NJ
 
 
 

How Marc-Joseph Helps Clients

Marc-Joseph represents employers in all aspects of employment law, including discrimination, sexual harassment, wage and hour disputes, and enforcement of restrictive covenants. Marc-Joseph has represented clients before state and federal courts, in arbitration proceedings, and before administrative agencies such as the EEOC, the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights and the New York Human Rights Division.

Marc-Joseph also has extensive experience providing compliance counseling to his clients regarding all state and federal employment laws from pre-employment considerations to post-employment restrictions including wage and hour audits, leaves of absence, wrongful discharge, restrictive covenants and unfair competition. Marc-Joseph regularly conducts internal investigations into claims of sexual harassment, discrimination and other allegations of workplace misconduct.

While attending law school, Marc-Joseph interned for the Honorable Judge Denny Chin of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

What Clients Can Expect

Marc-Joseph will provide each client exceptional service after an honest and objective assessment of their situation. Marc-Joseph’s objective is to keep clients out of litigation, but when it cannot be avoided, he will fight hard to defend them. Marc-Joseph’s goal is to exceed his clients’ expectations 100% of the time.

Outside the Office

Marc-Joseph is a soccer fan and an avid traveler, having visited over 30 countries.

Proof Points

  • Served on a litigation team winning a motion to dismiss a multi-million dollar claim of improper conversion of deferred compensation.
  • Represented a major international bank in mediation regarding race discrimination and employee compensation disputes.
  • Advised a large entertainment company on implementing successful employee classification business model following NJDOL misclassification audit.
  • Advised an employer on compliance with the WARN Act in connection with the closing of a large health care facility.

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