Employment law covers a complex network of laws that control how employers must treat employees, former employees and applicants for employment. Our Texas employment lawyers are able to represent you in the following areas of employment law and focus on representing employees:

  • Employment Discrimination
  • Age Discrimination
  • Sex and Gender Discrimination
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Race or National Origin Discrimination
  • Disability Discrimination
  • Religious Discrimination
  • Pregnancy Discrimination
  • Job Pay/Unequal Pay Discrimination
  • Medical Leave Discrimination
  • Whistleblower Litigation
  • Wrongful Discharge for Refusing to Commit Illegal Acts
  • Worker’s Compensation Retaliation by Employer
  • Overtime Pay Claims or Misclassification of Employees as Exempt from Overtime
  • False Claims made by Employers to Government
  • First Amendment Claims Involving Violation of Freedom of Speech by Government
  • Civil Rights Violations
  • The Americans With Disabilities Act
  • The Family & Medical Leave Act
  • Review of Severance Agreements
  • Non-Competition /Confidentiality Agreements

Some cases in these areas of employment law require an employment lawyer to take them to trial. We will prepare your case, assuming that trial is inevitable; however our Texas employment lawyers will also utilize an array of unique strategies and approaches to achieve settlement and dispute resolution. We also represent employees in arbitration proceedings and mediation of disputes. Our employment lawyers of Texas are skilled, knowledgeable well trained negotiators who will aggressively represent your case.

The goal of our employment lawyers is to assist you in obtaining the most favorable result possible for your employment dispute. Our employment lawyers of Texas work diligently to formulate a strategy for your case representation and working perspectives are the key issues. We are intensely focused on obtaining a favorable outcome for you. We generally represent employees on a contingent fee basis.

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Employment Law