Tayeb Hyderally is an expert in the legal field of employment law. He purposefully chose this area of practice because of its many facets and because of its complexity. Ty Hyderally has successfully litigated in employment law cases in the New Jersey and New York areas for many years and is highly respected by his colleagues. Because of his vast experience and extensive knowledge pertaining to employment law, Mr. Hyderally is considered to be an expert. He frequently provides advice and counsel on various employment issues to various corporate clients as well as human resource personnel. He travels extensively to conduct training and seminars which are geared to inform employees and employers of their rights and responsibilities in the arena of employment law. His goal is to educate those in any capacity of the work force. Mr. Hyderally has also written several handbooks and employment manuals for various businesses; and he has also developed and implemented complaint procedures to help prevent companies from experiencing litigation procedures.
There are many aspects of employment law in which Mr. Hyderally has expertise. Employment law is comprised of many different areas, each of which employers and employees need to be aware in order to create a safe workplace for all involved. Ty Hyderally has dealt with this broad legal field and handled cases dealing with sexual harassment, family medical leave, employer/employee relations, and whistleblower or cases where there has been retaliation. He has also litigated cases in the federal courts as well as the state courts of New York and New Jersey. He concentrates on litigating cases concerning discrimination, the ADA, wage and hour discrepancies, restrictive covenant claims and breach of contract. The legal world of employment law covers many different aspects and Ty Hyderally works diligently to keep his clientele informed and protected. Mr. Hyderally’s vast knowledge in employment law brings opportunities to share on a wide variety of topics which are valuable to corporations.
Recently, Mr. Hyderally was honored to be listed in the Top Ten Employment Litigators in Northern New Jersey. This honor came because he has gained the respect of other legal professionals because of his ability to aggressively and successfully litigate on behalf of his clients; and because of his many years of successful litigation in the court systems.
During his many years of legal service, Ty Hyderally has had the opportunity of serving in many different prestigious positions. He was appointed to the position of president in the largest group of plaintiff employment lawyers in New Jersey, the New Jersey Chapter of the Executive Board of the National Employment Law Association. He also had the honor of serving in the capacity of the chair person on the Trial Advocacy Committee of the American Bar Association Employee Rights and Responsibilities Section.
Tayeb Hyderally is a graduate of the Boalt Hall School of Law of the University of California, Berkeley where he received his JD. He graduated with Departmental honors from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland where he received his B.A. His law firm, Hyderally and Associates, P.C. has two different locations. The firm has an office located in Montclair, New Jersey and another which is located in New York. Along with his vast knowledge of employment law on the national level, Mr. Hyderally is also familiar with the local employment laws which impact those in the work force in the New Jersey areas. He has expertise in dealing with the New Jersey Law against Discrimination (LAD) as well as the New Jersey Family Leave Act (NJFLA). In order to help the citizens of New Jersey comply with these laws and keep the local workplaces free from discriminatory practices, Ty Hyderally informs citizens in the area of their rights and responsibilities. He explains to the various local corporate groups how LAD prohibits any types of job-related discrepancies which are based on a person’s race, gender, religion, color, sexual orientation, age, marital status or any basic reasons. The NJFLA provides employees with the right to obtain a leave of absence from their workplace when they need to deal with pertinent family issues such as a birth or adoption of a child, or a serious illness that affects the employee’s parent, spouse or child.
Besides Mr. Hyderally’s vast knowledge of employment law, he also has a wide variety of experience in the field prior to opening his own legal firm. He worked as a Criminal Trial Lawyer in the Judge Advocate General’s Office of the United States Navy. He also worked in an employment litigation firm which is located in Pensacola, Florida. The firm specializes in litigating in the federal court system. Mr. Hyderally was the litigator for the plaintiff in cases such as Davis, Saperstein & Salomon, PC and on Kievit, Kelly & Odom. He also served as the litigator for the defense on the cases of Friedman & Siegelbaum, LLP, Roseland, NJ and Jackson, Lewis, Shnitzler & Krupman, Morristown, NJ.
Tayeb Hyderally has also conducted arbitrations before the national Association of Securities Dealers, Inc as well as the American Arbitration Association the New York Stock Exchange. He has successfully litigated in states other than New Jersey and New York; these include Texas, Arizona and California. Mr. Hyderally has litigated in several national employment class action cases and he has served as one of the judges in the National Employment Moot Court competitions.
Mr. Hyderally has demonstrated his commitment to trial litigation by serving in many positions. He was honored to be nominated to serve as the Co-Chairperson of the Trial Litigation Sub-committee of the ABA’s Labor and Employment Litigation Section in May of 2005.
Ty Hyderally has been admitted before the New York Federal Courts, the New Jersey State and Federal Courts, the US Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces and the United States Court of Federal Claims. From 2008 to 2012 Mr. Hyderally served as the president of the New Jersey chapter of the National Employment Law Association and he is currently the Chairperson for the New Jersey Employment Law Seminar.