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January 6, 2018Ty Hyderally presents on Jury Selection in the Digital Age. Other members on the panel are Steven Fox, Polsinelli, PC, Dallas, TX
Colorado Labor & Employment National CLE Conference
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December 14, 2017NJ Employment Law Roundtable - How to Use Torts Tactically in Employment Litigation
Ty Hyderally presented on the topic of using torts in employment litigation from the Plaintiff’s perspective. Members on the panel were Richard Mariani, Esq., Ogletree, Deakins and Peter Frattarelli, Esq., Archer & Greiner.
New Jersey Law Center: Main Hall,
New Brunswick, New Jersey
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April 7, 2017NELA-NJ Employment Law Conference - WHAT IS TRENDING NOW
Ty Hyderally serves as the Moderator of a Panel Discussion on Post-Aguas: The Who, What, Where & How of Workplace Investigations. Members on the panel are Stacey D. Adams of Littler Mendelson, Kirsten Scheurer Branigan, Esq. of Law Office of Kirsten Scheurer Branigan, PC, and Christopher Eibeler of Smith Eibeler, LLC
New Jersey Law Center: Main Hall,
New Brunswick, New Jersey
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March 25, 2017Ty Hyderally moderates a panel discussion of experts on Mindfulness and the Ethical Practice of Law. According to statistics, attorneys become depressed at a rate three times that of other occupations, and they often deal with depression by turning to substance abuse and other harmful behaviors. Lawyers are often anxious, angry and difficult to deal with on a daily basis. These emotions frequently contribute to the increase in ethics violations and substance abuse-related problems including competency, suspensions and disbarment. Using mindfulness in the practice to handle these emotions will promote behavior in line with the ethics rules and provide a positive alternative to the negative results of depression and substance abuse by learning to resist impulsive reactions and the temptation to turn to harmful, counterproductive measures. Participants will learn to think clearer in times of deep stress, respond more skillfully to high pressure situations, promote resolution of legal issues rather than foster more conflict during the already adversarial legal process, and replace negative coping mechanisms with positive ones.
The Westin Hotel Marina,
Puerta Vallarta, Mexico.
January 17, 2017Ty Hyderally has the distinct honor to be asked to be a Master at the National Employment Lawyer’s Association-New Jersey Trial Boot Camp Program. Ty was asked to be a Master along with Jon Green, Esq., Kevin Costello, Esq., Andrew Dwyer, Esq., and Richard Murray, Esq. Dean Rossner to moderate.
Newark, New Jersey.
January 7, 2017Ty Hyderally presents on Direct and Cross Examination of Employment Discrimination Witnesses: Strategies and Pitfalls. Other members on the panel are The Honorable Michael J. Watanabe, United States Magistrate Judge, U.S. District Court for Colorado – Denver, CO and Sean Gallagher, Polsinelli, PC, Denver, CO
Colorado Labor & Employment National CLE Conference.
November 17, 2016Ty Hyderally presents on Emotional Distress Damages in Employment Law Cases. Other members on the panel are Gary Roth, Claudia Reis, and Kevin Costello.
New Jersey Association of Justice Meadowlands Seminar
Meadowlands, New Jersey
November 10, 2016Ty Hyderally presents on A Legal Primer on the Law and Practice of Corporate Governance (Fundamentals). What do employment lawyers need to know about corporate governance? Employment lawyers often face issues about corporate authority to act and need to identify the individuals or bodies hold that authority. What is a board of directors really responsible for and how can corporate governance affect litigation or settlement of employment matters? How do corporations provide indemnification for individuals and what corporate governance rules apply? What is the interplay with corporate governance and liability insurance for officers and directors? This panel will address the fundamentals of corporate governance from the perspective of issues that are common to representing individuals, unions and management in employment matters. Other members on the panel are Melinda C. Burrows, Outerwall Inc., Dale Pierson, IUOE Local 150, and Eric D. Reicin, MorganFranklin Consulting.
10th Annual ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law Conference.
Sheraton Grand, Chicago, Ill.
March 28, 2016Ty Hyderally presents on Mediating Employment Cases in Federal District Court & Maximizing Your Client’s Positions: A Bird’s Eye View From the Experts. New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, New Brunswick, NJ. MODERATOR: Bonnie Blume Goldsamt, Esq., Hackensack, NJ SPEAKERS: The Honorable Mark Falk, U.S.M.J., U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey, Newark Vicinage The Honorable Lois H. Goodman, U.S.M.J., U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey, Trenton Vicinage Ty Hyderally, Esq., Hyderally & Associates, P.C., Montclair, NJ Vincent A. Cino, Esq., Jackson Lewis, LLP, Morristown, NJ
March 15-19, 2016Ty Hyderally presents on Best Practices for Using Experts at Deposition and Trial: If an Expert Says It Cannot Be Done, Get Another Expert. The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans. Presented by Trial and Appellate Advocacy Subcommittee MODERATOR: Mark Grajski, Seyfarth Shaw LLP, Sacramento, CA SPEAKERS: Hon. Wiley Y. Daniel, U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, Denver, CO Ty Hyderally, Hyderally & Associates PC, Montclair, NJ Diane I. Smason, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Chicago, IL Harley V. Stock, Ph.D., ABPP, Plantation, FL
January 9, 2016Ty Hyderally presents on Common evidentiary issues in employment litigation: what are they, and best tactics to limit the harm and maximize the benefit. Other members on the panel are The Honorable Michael J. Watanabe, United States Magistrate Judge, U.S. District Court for Colorado – Denver, CO and Bernard J. Fuhs, Esq., Butzel Long – Detroit, Michigan.
Colorado Labor & Employment National CLE Conference.
Vail, Colorado. National CLE Conference - Common Evidence Issues View as PDF Download the PowerPoint
January 6, 2016Ty Hyderally presents on Best in Class Discovery Panel in employment litigation. Ty presented with Stephen E. Fox, Esq., Shareholder of the Posinelli Firm, Dallas, Texas.
Colorado Labor & Employment National CLE Conference.
Vail, Colorado. National CLE Conference - Best in Class Discovery View as PDF Download the PowerPoint
November 1, 2015Ty Hyderally serves as a Moot Court Judge for the Twelfth Annual ABA Law Student Trial Advocacy Competition occurring at The Southern District of New York Federal Courthouse, New York, NY.
May 14, 2015NJSBA 2015 Annual Conference, Borgata Resort Spa & Casino, Atlantic City, New Jersey Ty serves as a co-panelist with Moderator: N. Janine Dickey, Esq., APM, Accredited Professional Mediator; Co-Panelists: Stacey D. Adams, Esq., Littler; Ryan S. Carey, Esq., Apruzzese, McDermott, Mastro & Murphy, P.C.; Hon. Steven C. Mannion, U.S. Fed. District Ct., District of NJ: Deborah Reik, Esq., Mediator, EEOC, New York: and Wendy L. Wiebalk, Esq., NIP Group, NJ. Panel presents on Employment Practices Liability Insurance in Cases - How it Changes the Game.
January 14, 2015Ty serves as a Moot Court Judge in New Jersey State Bar Association 32nd Vincent J. Apruzzese Highschool Mock Trial Competition, Morris County Courthouse and Administrative Records Building, Morristown, NJ.
March 19, 2015Ty Hyderally serves as a co-panelist presenting and speaking on Iqbal, Shmiqbal: Have The "New" Pleading Standards Really Made a Difference in Employment Litigation? It's now been almost eight years since the Supreme Court first decided Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly, and six years since Ashcroft v. Iqbal. It's fair to say that collectively these decisions ushered in a revolution in notice pleading. But to what end? Have the worst fears of plaintiffs' lawyers come true-Are courts using "Twiqbal" to toss out employment cases inappropriately? Or have those concerns proved overblown? What are the trends in circuit courts in applying Twiqbal? Will the Supreme Court's decision in Swierkiewicz v. Sorema (holding employment-discrimination plaintiffs need not plead a prima facie case to survive a motion to dismiss) survive much longer? Do the Twiqbal standards apply to affirmative defenses? What strategies can plaintiff and defense lawyers deploy to successfully navigate this post-Twiqbal world? The panel is comprised of experienced advocates, such as Mr. Ty Hyderally, Hyderally & Associates, P.C., Montclair, NJ; The Hon. Andy S. Peck, United States Magistrate Judge, Southern District of New York, Mr. Stephen E. Fox, Fish & Richardson PC, Dallas. TX; Mr. Daniel Vail, EEOC Appellate Division, Upper Marlboro, Maryland; and Ms. Julie Totten, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, LLP, Sacramento, CA. Part of the American Bar Association, Section of Labor and Employment Law, Midwinter Meeting, Naples Grande Beach Resort, Naples, Florida.
January 10, 2015Ty Hyderally presents on Preparation For Trial: Where the Case is Won? Outlines, Motions, Objections, Exhibits, Etc. Other members on the panel are The Honorable Michael J. Watanabe, United States Magistrate Judge, U.S. District Court for Colorado – Denver, CO and Henry Morris, Jr., Esq., Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Kahn – Washington, DC. Colorado Labor & Employment National CLE Conference. Vail, Colorado.
November 22, 2014Ty Hyderally serves as a Moot Court Judge for the Eleventh Annual ABA Law Student Trial Advocacy Competition occurring at The Southern District of New York Federal Courthouse, New York, NY.
September 11, 2014Ty Hyderally serves as a Supreme Court Moot Court Judge for the 38th Annual Charles W. Froessel Moot Court Competition at New York Law School.
March 19, 2014Co-panelist presenting and speaking on Preserving the Trial Record for Appeal. The panel will provide a review of the most common pitfalls in preserving issues for appeal during trial, including voir dire, the timing of Rule 50 motions, offers of proof, jury charge conferences, and motions in limine. The panel is comprised of experienced advocates, such as Mr. Ty Hyderally, Hyderally & Associates, P.C., Montclair, NJ; Mr. Stephen E. Fox, Fish & Richardson PC, Dallas. TX; Mr. Daniel Vail, EEOC Appellate Division, Upper Marlboro, Maryland; and Mr. Mark P Grajski, Seyfarth Shaw LLP, Sacramento, CA. Part of the American Bar Association, Section of Labor and Employment Law, Midwinter Meeting, Los Cabos, Mexico.
March 12, 2014Powerpoint Presentation to Morris County Bar Association Small Firm Networking Group on 2013 – 2014 United States Supreme Court cases pertaining to Employment Law. Livingston, NJ
January 23, 2014Ty serves as a Moot Court Judge in New Jersey State Bar Association 32nd Vincent J. Apruzzese High School Mock Trial Competition, Morris County Courthouse and Administrative Records Building, Morristown, NJ.
January 10, 2014Presentation by Ty Hyderally on “E-mail Retention Policies: Perspectives on retention and spoliation.” Colorado Bar Association/CLE Employment Law Track of the LEI National CLE & SKI Conference. Vail Resort and Spa, Vail, Colorado. Ty co-presents with Henry Morris, Jr. of Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Kahn, Washington, DC.
November 23, 2013Ty Hyderally served as a Judge at the annual National ABA sponsored Trial Advocacy Program's Employment Law Moot Court Competition in New York City at Fordham Law School and presided over a competition.
January 5, 2013Paper Presentation to Colorado Bar Association on Preparing Witnesses For Trial: How To Get Them To Be Their Best. The Westin Hotel, Snowmass/Aspen, Colorado. Click here to view presentation
October 31 – November 3, 2012ABA 6th Annual Section of Labor and Employment Law Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Topic: Risky Business: Litigating Retaliation Claims. Ty Hyderally was selected to serve as a speaker along with the Honorable Mark W. Bennett, U.S.D.J., U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Iowa and David Long Daniels of Greenberg Traurig, LLP.
October 19, 2012Ty Hyderally was given the honor of being asked to serve as the Master of Ceremonies for the 2012 Employment Law, NELA-NJ Annual Employment Law Conference co-sponsored with the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education.
March 30-31, 2012Employee Rights and Responsibilities Section of ABA Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada Mr. Hyderally was included in the “Plaintiff’s Dream Team” to litigate a Mock Employment Law Case against the “Defendants Dream Team.” This two day presentation, titled Love Triangle In Sin City: A Modern Day Mock Trial, included the mock trial, jury deliberations, thoughts from the jury consultant, and thoughts from the presiding judge and trial attorneys. The presentation was presented as follows: Join seasoned litigators as they walk participants through a retaliation mock trial involving want-to-be famous protagonists in the context of a contemporary Las Vegas casino. This trial will explore the gray areas left unresolved by the courts in the areas of associational retaliation, cat's paw liability and what constitutes protected activity. Watch the attorneys square off as they deliver opening and closing arguments, conduct direct and cross examinations and grapple with social media evidence. Participants will have the opportunity to watch the jurors' reactions as the evidence comes in, and will then observe their real time deliberations. Mr. Hyderally served as Co-Chair of the Trial Advocacy Subcommittee
January 7, 2012Powerpoint Presentation to Colorado Bar Association on 2010 - 2011 United States Supreme Court cases pertaining to Employment Law.
January 7, 2012Paper Presentation to Colorado Bar Association on The Art of the Dance II: Where is the Leverage, Where are the Weak Spots?
November 19, 2011Ty Hyderally served as a Judge at the Annual ABA Mock Employment Law trial competition at the United States Federal Courthouse, Southern District of New York.
November 2-5, 2011Speaker at ABA 5th Annual Section of Labor and Employment Law Conference in Seattle, Washington.Topic:You Can Run, But You Can't Hide: Background Checks Meet Employee & Applicant Privacy.Description:The increased use of background checks to select workers has gotten the government's attention. A component of the EEOC's eRACE Initiative is forcing employers to examine their seemingly facially neutral criteria for selecting employees, or risk been charged with discriminatory hiring practices. How far can an employer go in searching an applicant's history before making the decision to offer or not offer employment? What limits are there on employers' use of applicants and employees' credit histories? Will the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 ("GINA") have an impact on employers' selection processes? Will nationwide investigations become more prevalent? Our panel will discuss best practices, with a view towards challenges being launched to protect the rights of the American worker from intrusion, along with employer obligations and employee rights and recent revisions to state laws regarding the use of credit checks in making employment decisions.
October 14, 2011Ty Hyderally was given the honor of being asked to serve as the Master of Ceremonies for the 2011 Employment Law, NELA-NJ Annual Employment Law Conference co-sponsored with the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education.
October 3, 2011Robert T. Szyba co-presents on the subject of “United States Supreme Court Employment Law Cases 2010-2011, Year in Review.” Presented by the Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal, Hofstra University School of Law, Hempstead, New York.
September 20, 2011Robert T. Szyba co-presents on the subject of “The Implications of Wal-Mart v. Dukes,” discussing the 2011 U.S. Supreme Court decision. Presented by the Labor and Employment Relations Association, New York City Chapter. Harvard Club, New York, New York.
March 22-26, 2011Employee Rights and Responsibilities Section of ABA Conference in Puerto Rico.Mr. Hyderally served as Co-Chair of the Trial Advocacy Subcommittee that coordinated the joint presentation with the Alternative to Dispute Resolution Subcommittee. The presentation covered the submission of expert testimony from an Investigations Expert and oral argument on a Daubert motion challenging the admissibility of the expert.
January 8, 2011Ty Hyderally co-presents on subject of "What to Do, What Not to Do for Big Jury Awards." Colorado Bar Association/CLE Labor & Employment Law Track of the LEI National CLE & SKI Conference. Vail Resort and Spa, Vail, Colorado.
January 6, 2011Ty Hyderally presents on subject of "United States Supreme Court Employment Law Cases, Year in Review." Colorado Bar Association/CLE Civil Law Track of the LEI National CLE & SKI Conference. Vail Resort and Spa, Vail, Colorado.
November 13, 2010Ty Hyderally served as a Judge at the Annual ABA Mock Employment Law trial competition at the United States Federal Courthouse, Southern District of New York.
October 8, 2010Ty Hyderally was given the honor of being asked to serve as the Master of Ceremonies for the 2010 Employment Law: Practice and the Art of Prevailing, NELA-NJ Annual Employment Law Conference at the Hilton, Woodbridge, New Jersey. View Conference Details
May 20, 2010Ty Hyderally was asked to present on disability law and employment discrimination to the The Brain Injury Association of New Jersey Annual Conference. Sheraton Hotel, Eatontown, NJ
March 25, 2010Co-panelist presenting and giving an Opening Statement Clinic – Part II.Utilizing the same fact pattern from Part I of this clinic, experienced advocates, such as Mr. Ty Hyderally, Hyderally & Associates, P.C., The Honorable Patrick J. Walsh, U.S. Magistrate Judge, U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, Los Angeles, CA, Lloyd B. Chinn, Proskauer Rose, LLP, New York, NY, and Delner Franklin Thomas, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Birmingham, AL, presented demonstrative opening statements along with selections from videotaped openings to illustrate different approaches to the effective delivery of opening statements.
March 24, 2010Co-panelist presenting and giving an Opening Statement Clinic – Part I.Volunteers will be offered a unique opportunity to receive a personalized critique on the delivery of an opening statement. Statements will be delivered live and videotaped before a judge (The Honorable Patrick J. Walsh, U.S. Magistrate Judge, U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, Los Angeles, CA) and experienced attorneys (Mr. Ty Hyderally, Hyderally & Associates, P.C., The Honorable Patrick J. Walsh, U.S. Magistrate Judge, U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, Los Angeles, CA, Lloyd B. Chinn, Proskauer Rose, LLP, New York, NY, and Delner Franklin Thomas, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Birmingham, AL), who will provide individualized feedback on style and substance. American Bar Association, Section of Labor and Employment Law, Midwinter Meeting, Hotel del Coronado, Coronado, California
January 20, 2010Ty Hyderally was selected to moderate a panel of experts, including the current and former Director of the NJ Division of Civil Rights and an EEOC Trial Attorney, on Bringing a Case at the EEOC & DCR: How to Get the Results You Want
January 8, 2010Trial Presenter at National CLE Conference Law Education Institute, Inc. (Employment Litigation Section) at Vail, Colorado. Conduct Plaintiff's Direct Examination in Employment Matter.
January 7, 2010Speaker at National CLE Conference Law Education Institute, Inc. (Civil Litigation Section) at Vail, Colorado. Present on US Supreme Court Employment Cases. Year in Review.
November 14, 2009Keynote speaker on the topic of Navigating the World of Patient Concerns Pertaining to their Employer. Discussing Employment issues that physicians may come across with regard to their patients including HIPAA, ADA, FMLA and return to work forms. Conference sponsored by the Sri Lankan Medical Association for New York, The Hyatt Hotel, NYC.
March 24-29, 2009Employee Rights and Responsibilities Section of ABA Conference in Key West, Fl.
January 8, 2009Speaker at National CLE Conference Law Education Institute, Inc. (Labor Employment Section) at Vail, Colorado. Conduct Plaintiff’s Direct Examination in First Ever Live Mock Trial Conducted to Employment Practitioners from around the World.
January 6, 2009Speaker at National CLE Conference Law Education Institute, Inc. (Labor Employment Section) at Vail, Colorado. Co-Present on The Art of Direct Examination in Employment Cases. Year in Review.
January 4, 2009Speaker at National CLE Conference Law Education Institute, Inc. (Civil Litigation Section) at Vail, Colorado. Present on US Supreme Court Employment Cases. Year in Review.
October 14, 2008Mr. Hyderally participated in an exceptional panel of attorneys and mediators to present on the topic of Effective Tools to Utilize in Mediating Employment Cases at the Annual National Employment Lawyer's NJ Conference - In Pursuit of Justice. Hilton Hotel, New Jersey.
April 1-5, 2008Employment Rights and Responsibilities Committee Midwinter Meeting at St. Regis Hotel, Monarch Beach, Dana Point, California.Mr. Hyderally presents a trial presentation on mock employment trial utilizing a jury consultant.
October 26, 2007Keynote speaker on the topic of Restrictive Covenant Agreements for Physicians and Hiring, Disciplining and Firing Physicians. Conference sponsored by the Sri Lankan Medical Association for New York, The Hyatt Hotel, NYC.
January 4-9, 2008Speaker at National CLE Conference Law Education Institute, Inc. (Civil Litigation Section) at Vail, Colorado.
March 27-31, 2007Employment Rights and Responsibilities Committee Midwinter Meeting at Royal Sonesta Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana.Mr. Hyderally presents as part of a panel discussion on the topic of whistleblower laws, Sarbanes Oxley and the impact of these laws on free speech.
January 5-10, 2007Speaker at National CLE Conference Law Education Institute, Inc. (Labor and Employment Section) at Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado.
September 30, 2006Keynote speaker on the topic of Restrictive Covenant Agreements for Physicians and Dentists and Hiring, Disciplining and Firing Physicians. Conference sponsored by the Russian American Medical Association and Russian American Dental Association, The 4th Joint National RAMA and RADA Conference, Park Central Hotel, NYC.
August 6, 2006Participant in Live Trial Advocacy Presentation to General Membership of the American Bar Association at the Annual Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii.
August 4, 2006Featured speaker to present at Basic Employee Rights and Responsibilities panel. ABA Annual Meeting-Section of Labor and Employment Law. Honolulu, Hawaii- Hyatt Regency Waikiki.
June 22, 2006Speaker on Whistleblower retaliation at the 2006 ABA National Conference at the Westin Hotel in Philadelphia.
June 7-11, 2006Presenter on topic of Motions in Limine during the trial phase of employment cases. Labor and Employment Seminar. American Board or Trial Advocates and Tulane Law school. Disney, Orlando, Fl.
April 28, 2006Featured speaker on Cross-Examination of Witnesses during Trial of Employment Cases. Presentation at the Annual Association of Trial Lawyers Association (ATLA) Boardwalk Seminar at Caesar's Palace, Atlantic City, New Jersey.
April 2006Chairperson of NELA NJ Annual Employment Law Conference at the Hilton, Woodbridge, New Jersey.
March 2006March 2006 March 2006 paper presented to Annual American Bar Association Conference in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
March 2006March 2006 Featured speaker on panel, comprised of other experienced litigators and judges from around the country, presenting mock oral argument at the trial level and the appellate level. The subject of this presentation is titled E-Discovery and the New Wave of Sanctions Litigation: A Judicial Perspective and is presented by the Trial Advocacy Subcommittee on Workplace Privacy for the American Bar Association Conference in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
March 2006Featured speaker on Workplace Privacy for the American Bar Association Conference in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
January 2006Speaker at National CLE Conference Law Education Institute, Inc. (Labor and Employment Section) at Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado.
Topic: First 120 Days of Litigation from Three Perspectives: In-House, Defense and Plaintiff's Counsel.
October 29, 2005Featured speaker at ATLA Conference on Getting Your Employment Case to the Courthouse. Present on topic of preparing plaintiff for deposition. Outline of presentation -- The Holy Grail of Deposition Preparation
August 2005Featured speaker at National Conference of the American Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Group in Chicago, Illinois on the topic of Workplace Privacy/Employment Torts.
March 2005Featured speaker at the American Bar Association Mid-Year Conference in Key Biscayne, Fl. Presented on the subject of the United States Supreme Court Employment Cases, The Year in Review. Multi-day seminar hosted by the Employee Rights and Responsibility Section of the Labor and Employment Law Group.
February 2005Featured speaker at the New Jersey Conference on Labor and Employment Law on the topic of dealing with the difficult adversary in the Employment context.
October 26, 2002Presented at seminar on the Americans with Disabilities Act/Family Medical Leave Act. The Year in Review. Seminar hosted by the Employment Section of the American Trial Lawyer's Association.
November 14, 2002Featured speaker on Protecting yourself in the work world at Professional Services Group for the NJ Department of Labor, New Brunswick
November 13, 2002Featured speaker on Employment Law and Your Rights at Professional Services Group for the NJ Department of Labor, Dover.
November 15, 2001Spoke at Council on Education in Management (Employment Defense Seminar organized by Collier Jacobs) to Corporate leaders/ HR executives. Seminar on Understanding of employee discrimination cases from the plaintiff's and defendants point of view. Present with Franco Mazzei.
April 2002Featured Speaker at ATLA Boardwalk Seminar on Harassment + Discrimination.
October 26, 2002Speaker at ATLA Seminar to Employment Section on ADA/FMLA. Year in review.
December 8, 2001Speaker at ATLA Seminar on Introduction and Overview of Employment Law-to Employment section on Workplace Torts.
“I want to sincerely thank you and your staff for your resolve and professional zeal in resolving my issues with [company name removed for privacy reasons]. I especially want to thank Rob Szyba who handled these proceedings with dignity and a great deal of knowledge and professionalism. He knows what buttons to push and when to push them. He is an asset to your organization. I will gladly recommend your services to anyone in need. It was a privilege to deal with you and your team.”
“It has been my pleasure to work with Ty through the ABA's Employment Rights and Responsibilities Committee. His contributions to the Committee have been significant due to his knowledge of employment law and his tireless devotion to teaching trial skills. His service to the profession and his clients is commendable.”
“Ty is dedicated to his work and his clients. He knows his stuff, and he goes the extra mile to do the best job possible. Ty is a pleasure to work with!”
“It is with pleasure that I recommend Ty. He is a tireless advocate on behalf of employees and their concerns. His efforts are demonstrated not only in his practice, but also in his exceptional additional efforts to represent this community in professional associations, such as the ABA. He has the knowledge base and the tireless effort that makes working with him productive, but always enjoyable too.”
“I have worked with Ty on several legal presentations. I represent employers, and Ty has invited me to participate as a panelist representing employers' perspectives on labor and employment matters. Ty is always well-prepared and very knowledgeable about developments in employment law, and is always a pleasure to work with.”
“Ty is an excellent lawyer who completely understands the legal process and does everything in his power to help his clients. He was a pleasure to work with and would recommend him to anyone seeking his expertise.”
“Ty is a widely recognized expert in the area of employment law. His aggressive representation of clients is backed up by an extraordinary breadth of knowledge and attention to detail.”
“I have known Ty professionally for more than two years. He is nationally recognized as one of the best employment attorney's in the country and I know his practice will continue to grow!”
“ - Ty was a great help for my associate and I during litigation. He showed the highest degree of professionalism and did in fact help us to achieve the best end result possible. Mr. Hyderally comes highly recommended.”
“Ty is an exceptional attorney. Ty strives for and attains great results, in a fair and ethical manner. I value his professionalism, integrity and creativity. His ability to relate to the client and colleagues on various levels makes him very personable and a real asset.”
“Ty Hyderally is a light of hope at times when all seems grim and hopeless. A brilliant lawyer focused on labor and business law. Mr. Hyderally has the ability to combine his knowledge of the law with economic sense, strategic thinking and level headed decision making that more often than not results in a sensible conclusion that ultimately equates to a positive result for his client. Mr Hyderally is a pleasure to work with and a person you would want to have on your side of the table.”
“I have known Ty Hyderally and his firm for a number of years through our shared affiliation with the National Employment Lawyers Association. Ty has consistently impressed me both with his leadership qualities as well as the quality of workmanship that he and his firm generate. I have reviewed some of his firm's work product, including a sample initial client letter, which not only contained excellent advice to new clients but also included cutting edge information as to how to properly address social networking issues. Without hesitation, I would highly recommend Ty Hyderally.”
“I would highly recommend the Law Office of Ty Hyderally to anyone who is in need of representation in a legal matter. Ty is one of the most knowledgeable and professional individuals that I have ever met. He not only protected my rights, but also added a personal touch in his approach which helped in relieving some of the stress of my situation. He is a hard working, kind hearted individual who goes out of his way to make your problem his and provides great results in the end.”
“What impressed me most about Ty was that he delivered exactly what he promised! Very well versed in his area of practice, and extremely respected by his peers and colleagues, which put me at ease knowing he was representing me! Thank you Ty!”
“I have been involved with Ty Hyderally both as an adversary in employment litigation, and when I have acted as a Court appointed Mediator in employment litigation matters in which Ty represented plaintiffs. In both types of situations, he has represented his clients very well, with an excellent command of the issues, and he has shown himself to be well-prepared, reliable, and sensitive to the concerns of his clients. He has conducted himself in a highly professional manner at all times. I have referred potential plaintiffs in employment matters to him (I represent management/defendants in such matters), since I believe he is highly qualified to consider their circumstances.”
“Ty helped us in my small business with a very delicate matter involving what was once a very cherished employee who had made some bad choices. Because it was also emotional for me and my management team, we valued the professionalism and expertise that Ty offered. It was comforting to know we could rely on his service through that very challenging time and handle it with compassion and in compliance with the law. I would use him again and recommend him wholeheartedly!”
“Ty is detail oriented yet moves quickly to get results. He contemplates each step and what action should be taken. Ty looks out for his client's best interest and is available to talk during evening hours when it is more appropriate to discuss options to take from home. Also, Ty is expedient in getting information needed in order to be cognizant of finances. I highly recommend Ty for legal services, especially with employment law.”
“If the opportunity arises where a "name brand" attorney is needed, then Ty Hyderally is the only choice. Those in the know are aware that his record of success for his clients is outstanding and that his knowledge of his field is way above the rest”
“Ty Hyderally is a lawyer's lawyer. I, also, used to handle plaintiffs' employment cases, but over time, those cases became more and more complicated and costly to pursue. They began to require the attention of a legal specialist. I decided against handling them personally. I was delighted when I met Ty. Now, I refer people to him all the time. I know that he will give the best advice and get the best results possible. I hope my employees don't have his card.”
“Many of my executive clients need to negotiate employment contracts or employment confilcts with their employer. As an executive coach, I support their efforts in all domains of their lives including recommending a lawyer when they have these employment contractual needs, I recommend Ty. Not once have I had any negative feedback from any client and all of my dealings with him have been very satisfying.”
“Ty is a very knowledgeable Attorney, who has demonstrated a very proven track record in handling Employment cases. His knowledge and assertive approach have made him a very successful Attorney.”
“I actually first worked with Ty at McKenna McIlwain LLP in 2008. Already I was impressed by his professionalism, client list and reputation. In 2011 I moved back to Montclair after a few years back home in Oregon. Ty was in need of a temporary administrative assistant and invited me to join his team at their new, independent location. I learned a great deal working with Hyderally & Associates, P.C. They have earned their reputation as the hardest hitting, best representation available for employment matters in New Jersey and New York alike. They are attentive, fair, and go every extra mile to ensure due diligence. I am proud to have them on my resume and am happy for the experience of being part of such a busy, professional and fast paced team.”
“Ty secured settlements that were nothing less than outstanding for my clients/contacts that I have referred to him. The quick speed with which he achieved his results was a huge bonus to those clients.”
“I have worked with Ty for years through the ABA Labor & Employment Law Section Employment Rights and Responsibilities Committee. Ty is a go-to source for exemplary presentations on trial practice. A tireless advocate for employee rights, Ty is an accomplished trial attorney and someone we can rely on and have repeatedly relied upon in mock trial presentations at our yearly conferences.”
“Ty is a regular lecturer at continuing education programs for lawyers. This means that because of his abilities he is called upon to enhance the skills of lawyers who are already experienced. He is well regarded as a trial lawyer and as a provider of legal advice to clients. I find that his companionable persona makes it easier to accept and understand his thoughts and advice.”
“I have known Ty Hyderally for several years and can only describe him as an expert in all areas of Employment law. I have referred several people to him in connection with their legal concerns and on each occasion I have been met with very positive feedback from these individuals and businesses. I have personally sought his counsel relating to a variety of business strategy issues within my own Insurance practice. With his substantial experience and proven track record, I wholeheartedly recommend his services.”
“Ty has represented me numerous times and I have always come out with positive results. He keeps you well informed at each step of the process and always makes you feel confident and secure. I highly recommend his services.”
“Ty and I worked at the same law firm Friedman Siegelbaum. I found him a pleasure to work with and an able and diligent attorney.”
“If ever someone needs an exceptional employment litigator, Ty is the first person that I think of. Not only is he incredibly intelligent, but he is able to craft litigation strategies to maximize his client's outcome. He is a relentless litigator, with great passion for his work. If you hire Ty, you will not be disappointed.”
“Ty has been invaluable to me as a business owner with employee issues. His advice has been on point and redirected me in the midst of employee concerns. I would highly recommend him and his firm whenever you have employment concerns.”
“If you are looking for one of the best attorney's in an employment related issue, look no further. Ty is national recognized as one of the best employment attorney in the country and I am thrilled to see his practice continue to grow!”
“Ty, has been a great help to me in times of need when I needed his advice on some business matters. He is always available 24-7 to help out whether it is a small/large task. I would highly recommend him and his firm in any legal matter that he specializes in.”
“I have been working with Ty for over 4 years. Ty is one person I would say pays attention to detail, works hard for his clients and gets the job done on time and with amazing results. I have referred clients to him and he has always given them star treatment was always up front and honest with them and they are so pleased with their outcomes and glad I made the introduction.”
“Ty was an adversary and never lost sight of his client's needs in seeking a resolution. I would not hesitate to recommend for plaintiffs in employment work. He is methodical and tenacious but fair and amenable to a just resolution.”
“My Husband and I hired Ty at a time when we thought all was lost. We had a different attorney on our case that just gave up on us. My husband contacted Ty and once he heard our case he immediately took action. Our case was settled within 3 months of Ty taking over. His experience and knowledge of employment laws are not only impressive but it is why he is very successful. Ty is also very compassionate about his clients and communicated with us every step of the way. I would recommend Ty Hyderally to anyone and everyone who is need of a great attorney. You too!! Will be satisfied.”
“I have referred clients to Ty for employment issues. They told me that Ty was knowledgeable, courteous and promptly handled their matters. I can easily recommend Ty for people with difficult employment cases.”
“Working with Ty on various projects has been fantastic. He and his team are thorough and they understand how to get the job done correctly. When you have the chance to work with Ty you understand the meaning of not taking no for an answer. They work to understand clients needs and the resolve the issues at hand. I have seen firsthand what Ty and his associates bring to the table and I would recommend them to anyone needing assistance with employment law.”
“I have worked with Ty Hyderally on the executive board of the New Jersey chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association, and have discussed various employment matters with him. He is an excellent leader, always coming up with new ideas. Ty is truly an expert in employment law and I have found his analysis of both complex and simple matters to be dead on.”
"Ty and I have worked together on a case getting ready for trial. We have also worked on trial advocacy presentations for the ABA. Ty is a very experienced litigator. He has great trial skills and connects well with his clients, the court and jury. He blends a sense of humor with knowledge of the law and facts. He is a very effective advocate.”