Companies have their lawyers. When money and a career are at stake, you should too.
Giving guidance in difficult situations.
Employers have human resources departments and lawyers to help their managers deal with employee issues. But who’s on the employee’s side? That’s where we come in.
We help executives and professionals to understand and protect their rights when:
Adding knowledge, understanding, and strategy.
We do a lot more than just file lawsuits (although we definitely do that). We work to eliminate confusion and uncertainty and help clients to choose the best path for them.
Using our deep background in employment law and human resources, gained from our experience with and connections in large law firms, human resources departments, and large companies and government agencies, we give advice and develop strategies that are hard to get elsewhere.
We know how the other side thinks, and we use that knowledge to help clients make informed decisions and take control of their careers.
Knowing employment law is just the beginning.
Many law firms offer to tell you “whether you have a case.” But that’s the wrong question. The right questions are, what do you want to achieve, and what’s the most effective way for you to do that?
We help clients to understand the pros and cons of bringing legal claims, the strategies that may work best for them, what to say in negotiations or to their boss or HR department, and even whom they, or we (when they decide to have us negotiate on your behalf) should be negotiating with.
We take the time to understand their concerns before we do anything else. And we take their personalities, career goals, and reputations into account in everything we do.
Want to talk?
We don’t give free legal advice, but the first phone call is always free.
We offer paid consultations about smaller or simpler issues –
during the first call, we can help you decide if that option makes sense for you.
To schedule a time to talk, call us at (628) 231-2227 or fill out our contact form.