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Employee Representation

"We choose to represent employees and management because it gives us a better appreciation of how each side views a case and the tools needed to arrive at a successful resolution."


Rod Stephens

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Representing Employees


We started out in the field of employment law by representing employees and plaintiffs. As we began to have success representing employees, we were asked to represent management. While most law firms either represent employees or management, few firms represent employees and management. We choose to represent employees and management because it gives us a better appreciation of how each side views a case and what tools need to be employed to arrive at a successful resolution.


We are a boutique firm. That means we limit the areas in which we practice and we limit the number of cases we handle at any given time.   At the end of the day, it is all about our clients.


We work with our employee clients to help them address the following employment matters:


  • Sexual Harassment Claims

  • Race, Age, Disability & Gender Discrimination Claims

  • Sexual Orientation, National Origin & Religious Discrimination Claims

  • Veteran Status Discrimination Claims

  • Retaliation Claims

  • Wrongful Termination Claims

  • USERRA Claims

  • Wage and Hours Claims

  • Review and Negotiation of Severance Agreements

  • Employment Contract Review and Negotiation

  • Executive Compensation Agreements and Exit Strategies

  • Trade Secrets Violations


Take Advantage of Our Experience in the Field


When you’ve had a job setback, experienced workplace harassment, or lost your job, things can appear to be  overwhelming. It is at times like these that you need to take advantage of our years of experience.


Employment law cases are a different from the run of the mill lawsuit. These are matters that require the advice and counsel of a seasoned employment law attorney.  Your attorney must appreciate the subtleties that can make or break a case. In addition, you need an attorney that will not sugarcoat their advice. You need a law firm that can tell you the strengths and weaknesses of your case, what to expect and how get through danger zones.


Even if you don’t need an employment law attorney right now, subscribe to our employment law blog, and get free updates on changes in the law and common sense real world approaches to workplace issues.


If You Have to Go to Court


In the event your legal matter ends up in court, you will have the confidence and peace of mind knowing that your attorney and legal team have been there many times before. Our experienced legal team will navigate you through the entire process from inception to resolution. You can also take comfort knowing that your legal team is experienced in all forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution, understands the value of early claim resolution, but is always prepared to take the matter to trial.


Call Us to See How We Can Help: 253-863-2525


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