Experienced Employment and Labor Lawyers
Outstanding Resources and Results
Welcome to The Employment Lawyer Network
We handle cases for clients who have been wrongfully terminated, harassed in the workplace, suffered discrimination or had their rights violated by their employer. Our goal is to help you directly connect with a skilled negotiator who can guide you through any labor law need.
Whether you feel unsafe or discriminated against by your employer or you believe you have unfairly missed out on potential job opportunities, we can help. All workers need protection to ensure the opportunity to continue to work.
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Every one of our attorneys has been recognized and honored by our clients and peer community consistently for over ten years. We take pride in treating our clients with personal service and attention to detail.
Every employment law firm that we recommend will help navigate the murky waters of seeking justice from matters of the workplace. This national network of lawyers and specialists will work with clients to understand the details of every case in order to give you the representation you deserve.
Whether you feel unsafe or discriminated against by your employer or you believe you have unfairly missed out on potential job opportunities, we can help. All workers need protection to ensure the opportunity to continue to work. We can help in every facet of the law as it pertains to employment.
All Areas of Employment Law
Represents only employees in lawsuits and negotiations with their employers.
Other Employment Law Practice Areas include:
- Unpaid Overtime
- Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Non-Compete Agreements
- Family & Divorce
- Contract Negotiations
- Department of Labor Audits
- Independent Investigation into Alleged Workplace Misconduct
- Representation of Labor Unions, Union Members, and Civil Service Employees
Find out how we can help with your employment case today.
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