Employment Law Practice
There are many forms of work place violations. You may have been doing everything right at work and your employer
passes you over for promotion when you were the most qualified for the position.
This may be because of your:
About Our Employment Law Practice
Our firm has been committed to fighting for fair treatment and equality in the workplace for all employees. Federal and state laws make it illegal to discriminate against an employee or job applicant in any way based on his or her race, color, national origin, religion pregnancy, sex, gender, familiar status, age, genetic information, and disability. If you are having any issues at work.
If you work for the federal government and are facing challenges with your employment call us as soon as possible. Our legal team will work with you to respond to proposed suspension, proposed removal, reasonable accommodation requests, discrimination, failure to promote, etc. We will assist in negotiations and if necessary litigation before the Equal Opportunity Commission (EEOC), The Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB), appeals before the Disciplinary Appeals Board (DAB) and the National Practitioners Databank (NPDB). We represent employees that work for the federal government in all agencies in the United States. We have been successful in preventing suspensions and removals from federal service; litigated and won cases of equal pay violations, race discrimination in promotion, hostile work environment before the Equal Employment Commission (EEOC); settled cases involving proposed removal before the Merit System Protection Board (MSPB) and settled many cases involving race discrimination, failure to accommodate, sexual harassment, hostile work environment, and retaliation.
Our attorneys conduct workplace investigations for private and public employers throughout the State of Minnesota. Our attorneys have conducted independent workplace investigations on issues relating to compliance audits, allegations of employer policy violations, allegations of harassment; allegations of illegal conduct; allegations of equal pay violations; violence in the workplace; hostile work environment; wage/hour issues; public misconduct; theft; misuse of public funds; and other areas.
Our attorney’s are impartial investigators gathering the facts as presented by all involved. We ensure the witnesses receive procedural protections, including Tennessen warnings, Garrity warnings, and other constitutional protections during the investigation process. At the conclusion of the process, our attorneys will prepare a report with the factual findings and conclusions to the authorities who have to make a decision on the matter.