WHAT WE DO
In the hundreds of employment cases we have handled, we have seen nearly everything. And while every case is different, some employment law issues are more common than others.
An employer cannot discriminate against you because of your race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, or disability. It is illegal for an employer to use any of these reasons to fire, demote, or refuse to hire you. If you have experienced discrimination at work, we can help. LEARN MORE »
Harassment takes many forms. One of the more common types is sexual harassment, which is unwanted verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature. But it is unlawful to harass an employee because of any protected characteristic or trait, including age or disability. Harassment is never acceptable. We can help. LEARN MORE »
Illegal retaliation usually refers to an adverse action, like a termination or demotion, taken in response to an employee complaining about or opposing unlawful workplace discrimination. It can also refer to retaliation for filing a claim for workers’ compensation benefits for a workplace injury. While not all retaliation is unlawful, if you have complained about or opposed discrimination, or if you have been injured on the job and sought worker’s compensation benefits, and have then been retaliated against because of it, that is unlawful. We can help. LEARN MORE »
Wage & Hour
Federal law requires employers to pay non-exempt employees a minimum hourly wage plus one and one half times that rate for all hours worked over forty in a week. Many employers do not understand these provisions, and some simply ignore them. We can help. LEARN MORE »