Have you been sued by a current or former employee who alleges your business violated the law in some way? • Does a current or former employee allege your business engaged in discrimination or harassment in some form? • Do you think you need to have your employees sign a non-compete agreement? • Are you worried your employees may quit and try to steal your clients or your confidential information? • Has your former employee violated the terms of a non-disclosure agreement?
If you have any employees, you will no doubt have to deal with an employment law dispute at one time or another. The type of issues you may face include alleged discrimination, alleged harassment, dispute over a non-compete agreement/covenant not to compete, and claims for wages alleged to be due. Our attorneys will listen to your concerns and work with to you come up with a comprehensive, cost-effective solution that fits your business. If you are an employer, you should contact us.
Has your employer failed to pay wages owed to you? • Has your employer asked you to sign an agreement like a non-compete agreement, a non-disclosure agreement, or a non-solicitation agreement? • Are you being laid off and been asked to sign a separation agreement? • Do you believe your employer has mistreated you or discriminated against you because of your race, age, gender, religion, or disability?
If so, please contact us to speak with an attorney and receive an evaluation of your rights as an employee.
Regardless of your level of employment, you have many legal rights under state and federal employment laws like the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, to name a few. If you believe that your employer has violated any employment law, you have legal remedies available.
If you feel your rights as an employee are being threatened or have been violated by your employer, please contact us right away. The sooner you do, the sooner we can begin to preserve, protect and defend your rights as an employee. If you have been discriminated against, harassed or retaliated against on the basis of a disability, because of your age, because of your religion, because of your race, or because of any other protected factor, that is unlawful under both state and federal law.
If you can answer “yes” to any of the following questions, please contact our lawyers to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your concerns:
- Has your employer fired you after you filed a wage and hour dispute?
- Was your sex, race, religion or ethnic status used in an employment decision?
- Were you terminated after your employer found out you were seriously ill?
- Were you sexually harassed by an employer or another employee?
- Do you need help reviewing a non-compete agreement?
In no other area are the facts as important as they are in an employment law dispute. What may be actionable in one situation may not be so in another. The only way to determine whether or not your employer is doing something illegal is to sit down and discuss your concerns with an experienced employment law attorney.