But really, what do you do? 

We represent workers whose employers may have violated the law. Employers have legal obligations to their employees. Unfortunately, it's not always clear whether they're satisfying those obligations, which can put you at a real disadvantage if something goes wrong in the workplace. That's where we come in.

How do you work?

We begin with a confidential consultation. We'll listen to you, learn what's going on, and explain your legal options. If we think we can help you, we'll describe your choices and develop a plan of action. In most cases that we agree to take on, we'll offer to work on a contingency basis, meaning you will not have to pay ongoing fees unless we recover something for you. That sounds fair, right?

What areas of employment law do you practice?

In our combined forty years of experience practicing employment law, we've represented workers on claims involving tips and service charges, independent contractor misclassification, unpaid overtime, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, whistleblowing, employee benefits, and more. We've also helped negotiate severance packages and employment and non-compete agreements.