FOR WORKERS & EMPLOYEES

Whether large, medium or small, employers are required to follow a wide variety of national, state and local workplace laws that:

  • Protect workers from many forms of discrimination or harassment in the workplace,
  • Require employers to pay employees certain wages or overtime compensation, and
  • Legally require employers to provide workers time-off for certain disability, medical or family leave.

With over a decade of experience in employment-law practice Attorney Lauren G Dreilinger can assist you in navigating these complex laws in various ways, including:

  • Consulting with her if you believe your rights in the workplace have been violated,
  • Informally addressing an employment-law-related issue directly with your employer,
  • Negotiating an employment contract, or a separation agreement, package or release with your employer,
  • Representing you at an unemployment compensation hearing,
  • Filing a complaint, or charge of discrimination with a federal, state or local government agency against your employer,
  • Representing you at a mediation of your complaint, or charge of discrimination with a federal, state, or local government agency against your employer, or
  • Representing you in lawsuit against your employer – from the filing of the complaint through trial.

It is important for you to know that many types of workers’ legal claims against employers must be made within a limited period of time.

To learn more about your rights and obligations under the law, call or e-mail Attorney Lauren G. Dreilinger.  You can also use our online CONTACT page