Since becoming an attorney, Arykah Trabosh has represented both individuals and companies in general commercial and civil lawsuits, including employment disputes, contract disputes, civil rights violations and personal injury. Ms. Trabosh has now dedicated her practice to representing employees in all aspect of employment-related disputes and litigation.
Since 2011, Ms. Trabosh has concentrated on representing employees in employment-related litigation. Based in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, she provides assistance to prospective, current, and former employees throughout New Jersey. Ms. Trabosh is a fierce advocate of employee rights and devotes her expertise and skill to achieving exceptional results for her clients.
Ms. Trabosh represents people who have been unlawfully discriminated against in the workplace or during the hiring process. She has litigated or negotiated settlements on matters involving both state and federal statutes, including, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Conscientious Employee Protection Act, and the Pregnancy Discrimination Act.
Ms. Trabosh also represents clients who have been wrongfully terminated or otherwise retaliated against. In addition, she has reviewed and prepared employment, non-compete, and confidentiality agreements, and she provides legal advice and counsel to victims of workplace sexual harassment and sexual violence.
Ms. Trabosh is dedicated to fighting employers who believe that they are above the law. Your job is a critical part of who you are and is crucial to your ability to provide for yourself and your family. For many, it is a great source of pride, fulfillment, and purpose. When someone tries to get between you and your livelihood, you need experienced and aggressive representation by a New Jersey employment attorney.
- Employment Law
- Trabosh Employment Law
- An Employer’s Refusal to Provide a Pregnancy Accommodation is Unlawful and Discriminatory.
2 May 2019
- New Jersey Clerk Names Multiple County Employees in Discrimination Lawsuit
26 March 2019
- All New Jersey employers are required to provide their employees paid sick leave.
23 October 2018
- Depending on your job, working from home may not qualify as a reasonable accommodation.
12 July 2017
- Contact an attorney if your employer tells you it does not have to offer you light duty, chances are they are wrong.
23 January 2017
- Be your own advocate in the workplace.
12 October 2016
- Were you fired for engaging in concerted activity?
22 February 2016
- Have you been terminated because you refused to get a mandatory flu vaccine?
30 December 2015
- $7,765,778.00 Jury Verdict Awarded to Whistleblower
28 October 2015