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Daniel Kurkowski -- South Jersey Employment Lawyer


Daniel M. Kurkowski, Esq.

daniel@kurkowskilaw.com

Daniel Kurkowski is a trial lawyer practicing employment and labor law, civil rights law, and criminal law. Daniel was formerly a prosecutor and had a stellar trial record. Daniel now specializes in trial and litigation of unlawful discrimination (NJLAD), medical leave issues (FMLA and NJFLA), whistleblower retaliation (CEPA), sexual harassment, unemployment appeals, disciplinary hearings, wrongful terminations, and other adverse employment actions in violation of the law.  Daniel represents the accused in all criminal matters, from minor municipal infractions to the most serious of crimes and indictable offenses.

Daniel is a proud member the New Jersey State Bar. He is also a member of the Camden and Cape May Bar Associations. Daniel received his law degree from Widener University School of Law, graduating with honors and receiving pro bono distinction. He has studied law at Sydney University Law School in Australia, where he worked under the Dean of the Law School. Daniel was also trained at the National District Attorney Association’s Prosecutors School at the University of South Carolina. He received his undergraduate degree with honors from Drexel University.

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The Federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)  requires employers of 50 or more employees to give up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave to eligible employees.. more

The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) makes it unlawful to subject people to differential treatment based upon the characteristics that make up a particular individual -- race, nationality, age, sex, marital status, perceived sexual orientation.. more

The New Jersey Conscientious Employee Protection Act is one of the most far-reaching whistleblower statutes in the nation. Aimed to protect employee “whistleblowers,” the statute makes it unlawful for an employer to take adverse employment action(s) against an employee.. more


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