Our firm is laser-focused on creating bold, client-centered strategies to resolve high-stakes employment disputes and/or crises.
Our boutique firm provides the superb legal experience of a large white shoe law firm, but without the unnecessary bureaucracy. Our clients enjoy the uncompromising attention to personalized customer service which distinguish our exclusive boutique practice.
Our clients hire us specifically to resolve urgent, unanticipated disputes or crises. Our firm does not represent institutional clients, and it only accepts clients for limited engagements. Therefore, we avoid the conflicts of interest that commonly encumber large firms, and thus are able to represent clients in a nimble, conflict-free manner.
Here are examples of common employment law issues where we can help:
Click on each question to discover its answer. This information is for general scenarios, and does not create an attorney-client relationship.
We invite you to contact us for answers tailored to your specific concern.
I am an Employee…
If you are a worker and you believe that your employer is in violation of one or more of these guidelines, please contact our firm. We can help review your particular situation, and assess your legal claims and/or options to advocate for your rights.
If you suspect workplace discrimination, our firm can help you assess your claims, file a charge with the EEOC, and/or pursue legal action. Note that for most categories of discrimination, the law requires that you file a charge with a EEOC field office before you can file a lawsuit. Here is more information:
I am an Employer…
The government conducts robust investigations of alleged OSHA Act violations. Here is an OSHA fact sheet explaining the investigation and inspections process:
Contact our firm if you are the subject of an OSHA investigation or inspection, and require legal counsel to negotiate a settlement, minimize penalties, and to correct the violations. Note that citations, penalties and abatement dates that are not challenged by the employer or settled become a final order of the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission.