We Fight for Your Rights

Protecting the Rights of Employees Against Companies of All Sizes

At first glance, it seems that the employer has all the power in the relationship with its employees. In generations past, this largely was the reality and it resulted in many employees being exploited.  Thanks to changes in federal, state, and local laws, however, employees now have more ways to ensure that they are not discriminated against and paid according to the law.  If your employer is abusing you, you need to take action to protect your rights. This is where we can help.


Employment Litigation

Our team offers legal representation to employees experiencing discrimination, harassment, illegal pay practices, retaliation and other work-related problems.  We are skilled and experienced litigators who can fight for you when your employer acts unjustly in any of the following ways:


Wage & Hour Litigation

  1. Unpaid Overtime – If you work more than 40 hours per week, you are almost always entitled to overtime pay.  We’ll help you get what you are entitled to now, and fight for back pay as well.
  2. Misclassified Employees – An employer can’t just classify you as exempt in order to avoid paying you overtime and other benefits. Let us review your  job duties to determine whether you have been illegally misclassified and are owed money.
  3. WARN Act Violations – Employers with more than 100 employees typically have to provide you with at least 60 days’ notice before laying you off or closing a facility. If they don’t, you may have legal recourse.


Sexual Harassment

  1. Hostile Work Environments – When your boss, supervisor or even co-workers make inappropriate comments about sex, your appearance or gender, you may be working in a sexually hostile environment.  A sexually hostile work environment can be created in many ways — through remarks, touching, propositions, emails and text messages. We have achieved record-breaking results for our clients who have been subjected to sexually hostile work environments.
  2. Quid Pro Quo Harassment – “Quid Pro Quo” means “something for something.”  If your boss asks for sexual favors in exchange for a promotion, pay raise or some other job benefit, he or she is violating the law.  We can help!



  1. An employer is prohibited under the law from taking adverse action against you if you complain or file a lawsuit about discrimination, harassment or unpaid wages.  Don’t be afraid to speak up, the law protects you.
  2. Cutting pay or hours due to complaints about harassment, discrimination or
    unpaid wages is a violation of the law.  If your employer has done any of these things, or threatened to do them, our team will be there for you.



Employers can’t discriminate against individuals or groups of people:

  1. On the basis of sex;
  2. On the basis of race;
  3. On the basis of national origin;
  4. On the basis of age;
  5. On the basis of sexual orientation;
  6. On the basis of religion;
  7. On the basis of pregnancy; or
  8. On the basis of perceived sexual orientation, religion, national origin, race or age.


Fighting for You

If you have experienced any type of abuse by your employer, we will be there for you. Contact us to speak with an attorney today.  We offer free consultations with new clients so you can determine if you have a strong case, and what steps to take next.