Nicholas Conlon represents employees in their ongoing battle to secure a fair day’s pay for a fair day’s work. After graduating from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in June 2012 and volunteering for the New Jersey Attorney General, Mr. Conlon joined JTB Law Group as an Associate in 2014. Thus far Mr. Conlon has litigated countless minimum wage and overtime claims and has obtained fair, hard-fought settlements for his clients. He is currently counsel of record for several nationwide wage-and-hour collective actions and regularly appears in court. But what he still finds most rewarding is listening to clients share their stories. He is waiting to hear yours.
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JTB Law Group Officially Changes Firm Name to Brow...By Brown, LLC - Press Center on November 29, 2018 1:42 pm
JTB Law Group, LLC has officially changed the name of the firm to Brown, LLC and has moved its primary location to 111 Town Square Place, Suite 400, Jersey City, New Jersey 07310. The new space is beautiful Class A
JTB Law Group, LLC has officially changed the name of the firm to Brown, LLC and has moved its primary location to 111 Town Square Place, Suite 400, Jersey City, New Jersey 07310. The new space is beautiful Class A space overlooking Manhattan. The firm offers a wide variety of free consultations on matter such as whistleblower lawsuits, wage and hour lawsuits, catastrophic injuries, mass torts such as IVC filter injuries, pinnacle hip injuries, Taxotere hair loss, essure birth control injuries and much more.
The firm still has the same staff led by Former FBI Special Agent Jason T. Brown.
With the new firm name to Brown, LLC, the great debate is whether to keep the existing blue badge or to move to a new direction like some of the logos featured below.