Educational Law, Labor And Employment

For more than 20 years, attorneys at Zeller & Wieliczko, LLP, have represented Board of Education employees in a broad range of education law matters, including tenure charges, disciplinary charges, harassment, intimidation and bullying allegations, institutional abuse investigations, grievances and arbitrations, hearings, trials and orders to show cause before state courts, the New Jersey Office of Administrative Law and the Public Employment Relations Commission.

At Zeller & Wieliczko, LLP, we have handled a wide range of high-profile cases — whether representing people who have been victimized or defending those accused. No matter the circumstances, our attorneys will provide strong and on-point representation, working tirelessly in the clients' interest. Clients appreciate our attention to detail and our professionalism throughout the legal process.

Labor And Employment

Attorneys with the Firm have developed a unique expertise in representing municipal and governmental agencies and authorities, as well as private employers and individual employees, in labor and employment matters.

The Litigation Practice Group handles cases involving defense of employment disputes including discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment and civil rights claims, in both the state and federal courts, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Public Employment Relations Commission (PERC), the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) and the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations.

Mr. Wieliczko has acted as labor counsel for Bi-State/Compact Clause entities as well as numerous municipalities, municipal entities, private employers and individual employees. The Firm has also represented several municipalities in prosecuting police disciplinary matters both internally and at the Office of Administrative Law. As well, since 2002 the Firm has been designated as Special Labor Counsel for a local county.

The Firm of Zeller & Wieliczko, LLP, with Matthew B. Wieliczko, Esquire, as the lead attorney, has also led collective bargaining negotiations with the Law Enforcement Supervisors Association (LESA), the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), the Policemen's Benevolent Association, Intercounties Local #30 and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSME).

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