Gilman and Pastor, LLP’s employment attorneys have been committed to protecting the rights of workers in a wide range of employment cases. There are over 150 million workers employed in the United States.
A skilled employment attorney must enforce state and federal laws which protect employees’ labor rights and benefits, prohibit discrimination in the workplace on the basis of gender, age and race and protect the safety of employees in the workplace.
The Firm’s employment attorneys have over 40 years of experience in handling difficult employment matters. Gilman and Pastor, LLP has fought for and protected the rights of minorities and individuals who are powerless to go against established institutions alone.
If you or a family member have been injured or damaged in one of the following employment areas, please contact us and our employment attorneys for a free consultation of your case.
- Wrongful termination
- Employer tipping violations
- Being misclassified by your employer
- Failing to pay the proper rate for overtime hours worked
- Payment for off the clock work
- Failure to pay for break time and/or meal time
- Employment discrimination or harassment based on race, gender (including sexual harassment), religion, national origin, sexual orientation, age or pregnancy
- Discrimination or harassment (including sexual harassment)
- Relations against a person who made a discrimination or harassment complaint or who supported another’s discrimination or harassment complaint
- Failure to give meal breaks or rest breaks
- Breaching a written, oral or implied contract
- Whistleblower retaliation