We are, first and foremost, advisors, counselors and educators. We aim to avoid problems for our clients before there is a problem. With the benefit of our experience, our expertise grants us the insight to pre-empt challenges to your interests.

Book Law LLP serves as attorneys to employers and employees, in advising employers on their rights and responsibilities to remain compliant with law, creating employment policies and manuals, materials for human resources, and negotiation and drafting of employment agreements and severance agreements. The firm also serves as outside “general counsel” to many highly successful businesses, not-for-profit organizations and schools.

In addition, Book Law LLP provides aggressive but strategic counsel in handling disputes. The firm represents businesses and individuals who are defending litigation brought against them as plaintiff or defendant in court, in mediations and arbitrations, and before federal and state regulatory authorities.

As a foundational principle, we believe in minimizing costly litigation wherever possible, including using alternative methods of dispute resolution, such as mediation or arbitration. We advise clients on how to utilize best methods to comply with the law, to respond to government investigations appropriately and to negotiate beneficial resolutions to potential litigation.

Unfortunately, sometimes litigation is unavoidable. In this event, we fight strongly for our clients’ interests. We work with our clients to formulate an affordable litigation budget, to strategize every step of the way, and to keep them regularly informed as to the progress of the case.

We strive to not only provide the best legal representation possible, but also to practice in the most cost-conscious manner.

Book Law LLP represents clients in federal, state and local courts in New York and New Jersey, we have substantial experience interreacting with the U.S. Department of Labor as well as the New York State and New Jersey Departments of Labor. We have represented clients before the EEOC, the New York State Division of Human Rights, the New York City Department of Consumer and Worker Protection, and the New Jersey Civil Rights Division.

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