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Douglas S. Zucker, Esq.

Attorney at Bauch Zucker Hatfield LLC
Springfield, New Jersey
Douglas S. Zucker focuses his practice primarily representing both private and public sector employers and not-for-profit organizations in all aspects of labor and employment law, and in providing counseling to individuals and executives on employment and post-termination release agreements. Many of Mr. Zucker's clients are small to mid-sized and closely held businesses, for which he performs a variety of services, involving business contracts, general business and corporate issues, and commercial litigation. Mr. Zucker has a particular focus representing public libraries.

Mr. Zucker has considerable experience in prosecuting and defending restrictive covenant litigation, in defending employers against employment discrimination and harassment suits, and litigating commercial disputes before state and federal courts and administrative agencies such as the NJ Division on Civil Rights, the EEOC, and the U.S. Small Business Administration. Mr. Zucker has extensive arbitration experience and represents unionized employers in collective bargaining and contract administration, and in matters before the National Labor Relations Board and the NJ Public Employment Relations Commission.
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Douglas S. Zucker focuses his practice primarily representing both private and public sector employers and not-for-profit organizations in all aspects of labor and employment law, and in providing counseling to individuals and executives on employment and post-termination release agreements. Many of Mr. Zucker's clients are small to mid-sized and closely held businesses, for which he performs a variety of services, involving business contracts, general business and corporate issues, and commercial litigation. Mr. Zucker has a particular focus representing public libraries.

Mr. Zucker has considerable experience in prosecuting and defending restrictive covenant litigation, in defending employers against employment discrimination and harassment suits, and litigating commercial disputes before state and federal courts and administrative agencies such as the NJ Division on Civil Rights, the EEOC, and the U.S. Small Business Administration. Mr. Zucker has extensive arbitration experience and represents unionized employers in collective bargaining and contract administration, and in matters before the National Labor Relations Board and the NJ Public Employment Relations Commission.

Mr. Zucker also conducts internal workplace investigations, is a dynamic presenter of management and employee training programs, and also conducts individualized one-on-one workplace harassment and sensitivity workshops. Mr. Zucker focuses much of his attention on issues involving family and medical leave, disability and reasonable accommodation, workplace harassment, wage and hour counseling, discipline and discharge issues, as well as drafting and revising employee handbooks and policies.

About Me

How does your service stand out?
I have a passion for writing and I've written several publications related to the areas of wage and hour compliance and recent developments under an activist NLRB.
What publications have you contributed to?
Mr. Zucker published an article, “NLRB Considering Policy Changes That Could Mean Grievance Arbitration is No Longer Final and Binding” in New Jersey Lawyer magazine, December 2014.

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Associations

Association Position
New York State Bar Association 0
New Jersey State Bar Association 0
Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) 0
Alumni & Friends of Rutgers School of Management & Labor Relations Past President

Education

School Degree Graduation Year
Rider University BS in Commerce, Business/Industrial Relations 1981
Rutgers University-New Brunswick Master of Science, Industrial Relations & Human Resources 1985
Fordham University School of Law J.D., Law 1990

Contact Information

Bauch Zucker Hatfield LLC

871 Mountain Ave STE 200
Springfield, NJ 07081