Andrew M. Moskowitz
Mr. Moskowitz focuses his employment law practice on disability, discrimination, harassment and whistleblower claims, as well as cases involving the Family and Medical Leave Act. He also handles restrictive covenant matters as well as commercial and personal injury litigation cases.
Mr. Moskowitz was named one of New Jersey’s Super Lawyers for the years 2012 through 2019 in the Employment & Labor category. From 2007 to 2010, he was a Rising Star in the Employment & Labor category. Mr. Moskowitz is a frequent contributor to the New Jersey Law Journal and other publications. He has served as a Co-Chair for the Employment Law Section of the New Jersey Association for Justice (NJAJ). He is a member of the Executive Board of Directors for the National Employment Lawyers of America-New Jersey (NELA-NJ) for the 2017-19 term.
Mr. Moskowitz is a graduate of Duke University and attended the Fordham University School of Law, where he graduated in the top 25% of his class.
- Duke University, 1992 B.A.
- Fordham University School of Law, 1997 J.D.
- New Jersey State Bar
- New York State Bar
- U.S. District Court for New Jersey
- U.S. District Court for Eastern and Southern Districts of New York
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second and Third Circuits
- American Bar Association
- New Jersey State Bar Association
- New Jersey State Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Section, Member
- National Employment Lawyers Association, New Jersey Chapter
Employer’s Liability for Harassment by Non-Employees, New Jersey Law Journal (March 15, 2019)
But Wait, There’s More! Equal Pay Act Contains Other Important Provisions, New Jersey Law Journal (May 24, 2018)
A Primer on Employer’s Duty to Accommodate Employees Injured in the Workplace, New Jersey Law Journal (November 6, 2017)
Employer’s ‘Honest Belief’ is Complete Defense to FMLA Retaliation Claim, New Jersey Law Journal (April 17, 2017)
There are No Calories in Eye Candy, Labor and Employment
If Reporting It Is Your Job, You Can Still Be A Whistleblower, New Jersey Law Journal (August 17, 2015)
The Perils of an Unduly Adversarial, Passionate or Emotional Summation, New Jersey Law Journal (April 23, 2015)
Arbitration – It’s Not The Same As Court!, New Jersey Law Journal (December 29, 2014)
How to Behave (and Not Behave) at a Deposition, New Jersey Law Journal (October 1, 2014)
Employee Misconduct Caused By A Disability Is Still Misconduct, New Jersey Law Journal (July 21, 2014)
New Jersey Supreme Court Holds That Agreements Reached at Mediation Must Be Written and Signed (or Memorialized in a Video or Audio Recording) to be Enforceable, Association of Corporate Counsel
Old Adage ‘To Get A Job, You Must Already Have A Job’ Is Now Unlawful Under The New York City Human Rights Law, Mealeys Litigation Report: Employment Law (September 2013)
Employers beware: blanket policies which bar applicants with criminal records violate Title VII , HR.BLR.com (April 2, 2013)
Unpaid Internships: A Minefield for Employers, HR Advisor, November/December 2012
How to keep politics out of the workplace, October 5, 2012, New Jersey Newsroom
Use of Criminal Records in Employment Decisions May Violate Title VII, New Jersey Law Journal (October 1, 2012)
Taking the Bull by the Horns: Third Circuit finds that absence of bad faith precludes a finding of spoliation, New Jersey Law Journal (April 23, 2012)
Employee Document Theft Can Sometimes Pay, New Jersey Law Journal (February 14, 2011)
Fundamentals of (successfully!) trying the employment case, New Jersey Lawyer (April 16, 2007)