We represent employees in cases of discrimination, retaliation and wrongful termination by their employers. Employment discrimination may take many forms and can create emotionally charged situations. We have navigated clients through allegations involving harassment, discrimination, and complicated relationships in the workplace. We appeared before the State Supreme Court in Kumar v. Gate Gourmet, where we prevailed in requiring employers to reasonably accommodate their employee’s religious beliefs.
We represent employees when their employers have failed to pay them as agreed, failed to pay minimum wage, failed to pay overtime or otherwise wrongly withheld wages. Most recently we successfully represented wait staff for a multi-restaurants company who were not paid overtime or minimum wage. We also have represented caregivers in adult family homes who were not paid minimum wage.
We also review and contest severance and non-compete agreements and other details involved when an employee separates from their employer.
Businesses and employees need each other to thrive. In practice, employers and their employees often experience difficulties. When dispute or conflict compromises your rights, you want a knowledgeable and experienced firm to handle your case.
We offer a free consultation. Contact our attorneys today!