For the last three decades, Alan H. Schorr, has been successfully representing employees in employment and unemployment disputes in New Jersey. Mr. Schorr has repeatedly achieved high value settlements and verdicts on behalf of employees who have suffered discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and other work-related problems. He routinely negotiates enhanced severance packages and complex employment contract issues such as restrictive covenants and arbitration clauses. In addition, Mr. Schorr has a very high success rate in representing clients at unemployment appeals, disciplinary appeals, and other administrative hearings. Mr. Schorr has been responsible for expanding the laws protecting the rights of persons suffering as a result of sexual harassment and discrimination in landmark cases such as Connolly v. Burger King Corp, Quigley v. KPMG Peat Marwick, and Stomel v. Camden. Mr. Schorr has written many articles and instructional materials, which can be viewed on this web site. He is a Past-President of NELA-NJ (National Employment Lawyers Association), where he heads NELA-NJ's Legislative Committee. Mr. Schorr is also a civil mediator, trained by the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators, and is on the New Jersey Superior Court list of approved mediators. Prior to establishing his law firm in 1993, Mr. Schorr owned and operated a series of successful businesses. He has attained both a Master of Business Administration and a Juris Doctor degree from Widener University. Mr. Schorr's combination of legal knowledge, extensive business experience, and his M.B.A. are invaluable when tackling complex financial matters and in settlement negotiations, where financial knowledge and negotiation skills are essential.