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Studies show that the average person spends 90,000 hours, about a third of our lives, at work.  It is thus safe to presume that work has a tremendous impact on our lives.  When employment disputes arise, they can have a profound and potentially devastating effect on an employee's life, both personally and professionally.  Our goal in representing employees is to ensure that their rights under the law are protected; that they feel safe from discrimination and retaliation at work; and that they are treated fairly and equitably by their employers.  

Experienced Employment Law Advocates

Primera Law's trial lawyers can help you navigate the complex landscape of employment law and litigation.  We will help you to negotiate a favorable resolution or settlement with your employer, whether informally or through formal mediation/alternate dispute resolution (ADR).  If your employer continues to treat you unfairly, we will not hesitate to proceed to litigation and defend your interests under the law.  We have experience handling complex cases in court, at both the state and federal level, and before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Merit Systems Protection Board, Office of Federal Operations, Office of Special Counsel, Office of Personnel Management, and National Labor Relations Board.  Primera Law has substantial experience navigating the complex employment law process and can advise and represent employees on the following:

  • Age Discrimination

  • Breach of Employment Contract or Settlement

  • Constructive Discharge

  • Desk Audits

  • Disability Discrimination

  • Disability Retirement

  • Disciplinary & Adverse Actions

  • Equal Pay Rights

  • Employment Agreements (Including for Severance) 

  • Failure to Accommodate

  • Family Medical Leave Act

  • Freedom of Speech in the Workplace

  • Hostile Work Environment

  • Lawful Off-Duty Conduct / Employee Privacy Law

  • Non-Payment of Wages

  • Performance Evaluations and Position Descriptions

  • Pregnancy and Nursing Mother Discrimination

  • Race Discrimination

  • Religious Discrimination

  • Retaliation for EEO-Protected Activity

  • Sexual Discrimination, Harassment & Assault

  • Sexual Orientation Discrimination

  • Time and Attendance Issues

  • Whistleblowing

  • Worker's Compensation

  • Wrongful Termination 

Employment Law

Contact Our Attorneys

Even if you are not sure if you have a claim, reach out to us and we can help you understand your rights and options as a consumer.  Call 720.239.2567 or fill out our online contact form for a free initial consultation. 

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