랜들 피치 RANDALL PEACH
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• Commercial Litigation
• B.A., Bachelor of Arts, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, New Jersey
• J.D., Doctor of Jurisprudence
• Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, New Jersey
• U.S. District Court District of New Jersey
• New Jersey
Randall Peach has extensive experience in counseling businesses and individuals on the state and federal laws governing the workplace, as well as litigating employment disputes.
On the managerial side, he has assisted businesses in the drafting of their employment contracts, including restrictive covenants and non-compete provisions, and the enforcement of those contracts in court if necessary. He also counsels employers on how to navigate disputes involving their workers and enforce anti-discrimination measures in compliance with New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination and the federal Civil Rights Act. He has drafted employee handbooks and workplace rules in accordance with the developing case law and has counseled businesses on how to utilize their handbooks to head off costly employment disputes.
He always takes a creative approach to solving the problems presented by our clients. As a result of our attorneys’ combined deep knowledge and experience across different fields of law, he is often able to identify issues, claims, or defenses that might be missed by other attorneys who are narrowly focused on one area.
Mr. Peach has authored numerous articles on the anti-discrimination laws faced by businesses and public accommodations, including “Should Religious Slurs Amount to a Hostile Workplace?: Court Wrongly Takes Absolutist View”, New Jersey Law Journal, October 16, 2008; “Make All Workplace Slurs Actionable?: New Jersey Legislation is an Irrational Response to a Weak Case”, New Jersey Law Journal, February 4, 2008; “Lighten LAD’s Load On Small Companies”, New Jersey Law Journal, May 22, 2006; and “Princeton Eating Clubs Must Admit Women”, 22 Seton Hall Law Review 235 (1991). Mr. Peach’s published cases include Sarbak v. Citigroup Global Markets, Inc., 354 F.Supp.2d 531 (D.N.J. 2004), a discrimination case brought in federal court which involved the enforceability of an arbitration provision.