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Employees & Contractors

Experienced & Passionate Advocates

for Employees & Contractors

  • We know how to get employers to the table, as we have decades of experience representing management. Our managing attorney was formerly an Assistant U.S. Attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice and an attorney for the Department of Interior, as well as outside counsel for many corporations & publicly-traded companies. 

  • Proven results: We have negotiated hundreds of employment settlements and severance agreements & obtained verdicts generating millions for our clients.

  • Successful litigators: We have litigated hundreds of matters and successfully tried cases, whether in state or federal court, arbitration, or before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or the Merit Systems Protection Board. 

  • Experience & Versatility: We've handled every single one of the cases below.

Cases & Matters We Handle:

Breach of Contract

When your employer has breached the terms of your employment agreement (regarding commission, severance, or any other terms), you have a claim for breach of contract.


When you are subjected to unwanted verbal, physical, visual misconduct (e.g., jokes, slurs, touching) on the basis of age, disability, national origin, race, color, religion, sex or sexual orientation (for example, quid pro quo sexual harassment). 


When you have suffered damages as a result of employer's tortious conduct including wrongful termination in violation of public policy, negligent supervision/ hiring/ training, intentional infliction of emotional distress, defamation/slander, or invasion of privacy, etc.


When you have been treated unfairly or prejudicially because of your age, disability, national origin, race, color, religion, sex or sexual orientation, including pregnancy (e.g., violation of equal pay laws).

Performance Improvement Plans & Write-Ups

When you have been issued a PIP or write-up, it is often the precursor to a wrongful termination. We can help you draft a grievance or response to put in your personnel file and proactively protect you. 


When you have separated from employment and would like to apply for unemployment benefits through the state, we can walk you through the process and represent you at all unemployment hearings.

Employment & Severance Agreement Reviews

About to start or separate from employment? Have us review your employment, independent contractor, non-compete, non-disclosure, and severance agreements before you sign off. 

Reasonable Accommodation

When your employer fails to engage in the interactive process with you regarding your medical condition and/or fails to provide you a reasonable accommodation, as required under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Wage & Hour Violations

When your employer has misclassified your employment status and/or failed to pay you your earned wages (including minimum wage, overtime, and wages). 

Federal Employees

When you have been subjected to an adverse action (i.e., disciplinary action) or prohibited personnel practice (e.g., Whistleblower Protection Act violation). Includes representation before MSPB, EEOC, OSC & OIG.  


When your employer takes an adverse action against you for whistleblowing, reporting discrimination/harassment, and/or engaging in a protected EEO activity (e.g., seeking an accommodation for a disability). 

Our Process for Efficient Resolution of Your Case:


Tell us about your case so we can get started. You won't know if you have a case until you take this first step!


Meet with our attorneys for a complimentary consultation. No pressure to hire us. Let's see if we are a good fit!


Our team will prepare and get your approval on a written plan of action & strategy to efficiently resolve your case. 


We'll execute on the plan of action and get you the best resolution possible!

Are you worried about attorney's fees? 
Don't be.
We believe in affordable quality legal representation.

Because every employee deserves a good lawyer who will fight for you.
Click here to learn more about our fee packages. 

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