Employment / Personal Injury / Business
Representing Employees & Employers
Many law firms represent employers or employees, but not both, as if there was an inherent conflict in advocating for both sides. I disagree. The law is the same. I represent employers and employees because I want to see the law applied fairly in every workplace. I work with my employer clients to establish policies and procedures and provide employee training to prevent situations that may lead to litigation. I counsel them on their approach to a difficult employee so the employee cannot use the law as a shield against disciplinary measures for poor performance.
I am very selective about the employees I represent as plaintiffs. Yet, it remains an unfortunate reality that discrimination and illegal behavior still occur in today’s workplace. If I believe an employee’s rights have been violated, I will pursue justice for the employee with equal fervor.
No Matter What Side You Are On, We’ve Got Your Back
In my professional career, I was first an employee and then an employer. I know what it feels like to be the victim of a boss’ unfair treatment and to experience the anxiety and uncertainty of looking for another job. As an employer, I also know the frustration of having employees who are frequently late or absent and who don’t give you a day’s work for a day’s pay. So when it comes to employment law, you aren’t hiring an attorney for whom your case is all in a day’s work. When you hire me, you hire an employment lawyer who has stood in your shoes.
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