Discrimination Harassment
Wrongful Termination
Laurie E. Morrison, Esq.
Super Lawyers

Fighting for Your Rights

Employee Rights regardless of your background!

We successfully represent employees and workers who are subjected to wrongful employment practices. As a Female, African American/Black employment & harassment lawyer in New York City & in New Jersey, Laurie E. Morrison has first-hand experience with workplace harassment & abuse, and she fights against unlawful workplace issues, including, but not limited to:
Wrongful Firing
Race/Ethnicity harassment, discrimination & retaliation
Disability discrimination
Sexual Harassment
Sex/Gender harassment, discrimination & retaliation
Discrimination & harassment against sexual orientation,
gender/sex identity and trans status
Pregnancy discrimination
Medical/Health leave
Religious Discrimination
Discrimination, harassment & retaliation against LGBTQ+ status
Age discrimination
Overdue wages and overtime
Negotiating Employment & Severance/Separation Agreements
Whether you need someone to consult with while you try to keep a job, or you are looking for an experienced NYC or NJ civil rights lawyer to fight for you in court or before the EEOC, we will protect your workers’ rights. Our practice is dedicated to serving employees in NYC and in NJ. Our law offices are located in downtown Manhattan and in New Jersey, and we offer free consultations. Give us a call and speak with our employment attorney about your job issues.

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Hear what our Clients have to say


New York City
Laurie did an awesome job in getting a resolution for my case. She was the silver lining around the dark cloud for me. Laurie is a professional and I had total confidence in her abilities to represent me. I would totally use her again and highly recommend her services.



New York City
"Laurie provided me superb, factual and practical legal advice that allowed me to make a life changing decision about my career. I am financially, emotionally and professionally in a better place. I would rehire her over and over again."



New Jersey
"Perfect balance of knowledge, compassion and professionalism" – "I have had a few lawyers represent me in various situations but Laurie stands out as someone who really got involved and understood all the intricacies of my case. She was always quick to respond to calls/emails. I highly recommend this lawyer."

Representative Cases

Some of our most recent employment law achievements include

Successfully advocating before the New York State Senate to expand coverage of the New York State Human Rights Law (NYSHRL) so that more workers are protected from employment discrimination, harassment and retaliation.
Co-drafting sections of the Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended (ADAAA), to expand statutory coverage to people with learning and other disabilities on behalf of the National Center for Learning Disabilities.
Successfully litigating and counseling clients on federal, state and local employment laws, including laws against discrimination, harassment and retaliation in the workplace (e.g., Title VII, Section 1981, NYHRL); disability discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADAAA); discrimination, retaliation and interference with medical and family leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
Successfully litigating claims for unpaid wages and overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the New York Labor Law (NYLL), including helping workers receive overtime pay by defeating claims of exemptions from the FLSA, challenging misclassifications of employees as independent contractors, and establishing joint-employer status.
Successfully negotiating severance packages and benefits in connection with employment terminations.
Successfully drafting discovery and dispositive motions, including drafting a dispositive brief that resulted in successful oral argument before the New York Court of Appeals in the landmark case Hodes v. Pachter. The Hodes case interpreted Article 6 of the New York Labor Law to include statutory coverage for executives and determined when wages are deemed "earned" under the New York Labor Law.

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New York Office

100 Church Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY, 10007

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New Jersey Office

28 Valley Road, Suite #1, Montclair, New Jersey 07042
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