(EMAILWIRE.COM, November 15, 2012 ) Mount Laurel, NJ - Partners Kevin Costello and Deborah Mains of Costello & Mains, New Jersey employment rights attorneys, are pleased to announce that the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey cleared the decks for a putative age-based class action against TD Bank to go forward in the matter of Bratek v. TD Bank. The defense had moved for a dismissal of the class action, but the Court declined to grant the motion, which allows the next stages of the class action to move forward.
"We're all very pleased with the Court's correct decision," Kevin says. "Attorney Daniel Silverman, who prepared the brief and argued the motion, worked very hard on this, and we're pleased for our clients and for the people whom we hope to help through this action. We're happy to move forward now with the litigation."
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Kevin Costello and Deborah Mains have been fighting for the rights of the workers and families of New Jersey for nearly 37 years between them, having counseled and represented unions, workers, students and their families for their entire careers. They can fight your employment rights, harassment, retaliation, discrimination or wrongful discharge claim in Court. If you have questions about employment rights in New Jersey, visit http://www.costellomains.com/.