The NJLAD also prohibits discrimination on the basis of and the individual’s service to any of the divisions of the Armed Forces of United States. What this means is it unlawful for an employer to treat an employee or prospective employee differently because they are subject to being ordered into active service by reason of membership, or by being induced into U.S. Armed Forces through the National Selective Service. Members of the traditional divisions of U.S. Armed Forces, the Army, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard are protected. Such protections also are extended to National Guard or Reserve Unit duty obligations. If you feel that you have been treated adversely or differently because of your military service, contact Daniel Kurkowski immediately to learn if you have a actionable case of military service discrimination.