Nicholas P. Milewski, Esq.
- Employment Law/Litigation
- Civil Rights Law/Litigation
- Labor Law
- Local and State Government Law/Litigation
- Commercial Litigation
Nicholas P. Milewski has well over a decade of experience litigating complex employment claims and civil rights claims filed against public entity and private entity clients, including discrimination and hostile work environment claims made pursuant to State and Federal law on the basis of gender, disability, military service, age and religion, whistleblower retaliation claims, and various constitutional claims. Mr. Milewski has also defended multiple actions in Lieu of Prerogative Writs, Open Public Records Act claims and Title 59 claims filed against municipal clients. He has also defended public entities as to multiple police promotional lawsuits. He also has experience drafting contracts, operating procedures, ordinances and resolutions on behalf of local governmental clients. Mr. Milewski has litigated employment matters at various levels of State and Federal courts, including extensive appellate experience.
In addition, Mr. Milewski has extensive labor experience and has handled matters on a wide range of topics including contract negotiations and serving as special counsel for management in disciplinary matters involving law enforcement personnel. He also has experience conducting multiple workplace dispute/impropriety investigations on behalf of management. Prior to focusing his practice on employment/labor law and litigation of same, Mr. Milewski litigated commercial claims against private clients and drafted operating and partnership agreements for new business entities, employment agreements and leases.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Milewski was an associate at various firms in New Jersey, including Hanrahan Pack, LLC in Bergen County. Mr. Milewski also served as Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Bette Uhrmacher, P.J.S.C. in Monmouth County, and is a graduate of Rutgers University School of Law – Newark. Mr. Milewski enjoys spending time with his family, including his two (2) young sons.
J.D., Rutgers University School of Law – Newark, 2003
B.A., Rutgers University, Rutgers College, 1999
State of New Jersey, December 2003
Third Circuit Court of Appeals, January 2004
United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, January 2004