Fraud and Misrepresentation
If Your Employer Lied to You About Your Job…
That's Employment Fraud.
You cannot accept or hold one job without sacrificing other opportunities. If your employer lies to get you on board, it is called employment fraud. The only way to undo the damage is to take legal action.
Only a lawyer can enforce your rights!
Click here or call 973-440-2311, 908-626-1001, 201-787-9406 or toll free 888-734-8287 today...
One of the firm's partners, attorney Jamison M. Mark, has practiced in employment law since 1999. Previously, he defended employers and government agencies. Now, he, along with an experience team, represents employees exclusively. His experience on the other side gives the firm deep insight into the mindset of the defense.
Employment fraud takes many forms. Did your employer:
- Promise you a job that doesn't exist (job misrepresentation)?
- Promise you better pay or benefits than you received?
- Make false promises to keep you from leaving for another job?
- Cause you hardship or inconvenience as a result of these promises?
- Benefit from the services you delivered as a result of the promise?
If so, you may have a case. Occupational fraud can throw lives and careers entirely off course. You deserve to be compensated.
What can the judge do to compensate me?
In some cases, the judge can force the employer to give you the job that you were promised. If the job never existed in the first place, the judge may even force the employer to create it for you.
But sometimes it is not possible to make employers follow through on their promises. In that case, the judge usually orders monetary compensation for inconvenience and damage to your career.
"Detrimental reliance" - how much did you give up?
The severity of any particular employment fraud case is measured by a concept called "detrimental reliance." That's when you "rely" on something - like a promise from an employer - to your personal "detriment." The more "detrimental reliance," the stronger your case.
If you have questions about employer fraud or if you think you may be a victim of it, contact Mark Law Firm, online or call 973-440-2311, 908-626-1001, 201-787-9406 or toll free 888-734-8287 to schedule an appointment. The law offices of Mark Law Firm, are located in Basking Ridge, Oradell, and Toms River, New Jersey.