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- U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
- Rutgers Law School, J.D., with honors
- Dickinson College, B.A., magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa
Matthew M. Collins, Member
Co-Chair, Labor and Employment
Matthew Collins has extensive experience representing clients in all aspects of labor and employment law. He provides strategic counsel to clients on a wide range of labor and employment issues such as discrimination; harassment; whistleblowing; discipline and discharge; layoffs; collective bargaining agreements; reasonable accommodations for disabled employees; and compliance with state and federal family and medical leave acts and applicable wage and hour laws. He also conducts training in these areas for executives, directors, managers, supervisors, and employees and conducts internal investigations of employee complaints. Matthew drafts and provides advice on employment contracts, employment manuals, personnel policies and procedures, restrictive covenants, and severance agreements, among others.
An integral part of Matthew’s practice involves the representation of clients in state and federal court, in arbitrations, and before various administrative agencies including the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights, the United States Department of Labor, and the New Jersey Department of Labor. In addition to litigating all types of employment-related claims, he represents clients in lawsuits arising from business torts, shareholder disputes, contract disputes, and restrictive covenant violations.
Matthew was been named a New Jersey Super Lawyers from 2017-2021.
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- Member, New Jersey State Bar Association, Labor & Employment Law Section
📸 via CBSNews.com: Matthew Collins is a cannabis labor and relations lawyer. He said a challenge for employers will be testing for impairment. "Unlike alcohol, which there is a very easy and scientific method for testing that will determine impairment, marijuana usage is a lot different, mostly because marijuana will still be present in your system for weeks at a time," Collins said.
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