The Role of an Attorney in a Labor and Employment Lawsuit

Labor and employment attorneys at Morgan & Morgan are dedicated to handling civil litigation cases involving discrimination and unfair labor practices against employees. Unfair or discriminatory labor practices against employees can occur in a variety of ways, including failure to hire, denial of equal pay for equal work, on-the-job harassment, inappropriate sexual jokes or touching, wrongful discharge, defamation of character, unpaid wages or overtime, denial of leave, and employer retaliation.

If you suspect that you may have a potential labor or employment case, contact us by completing our free case evaluation form. Our employment lawyers possess the proper knowledge, dedication, and experience needed to represent employees in a wide variety of labor disputes.

What Does Labor and Employment Law Cover?

Our practice involves representing individuals in: 

  • Discrimination Actions (e.g., sex, race, color, harassment, national origin, religion, age, and disability)
  • Harassment (e.g., Sexual Harassment, Hostile Work Environment)
  • Unfair Labor Practices (e.g., denial of wages, overtime, and equal pay)
  • Defamation of Character
  • Denial of Leave (e.g., Family Medical Leave Act, Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA))

Employer Retaliation

The employment and labor lawyers at Morgan & Morgan have pursued hundreds of labor and employment dispute lawsuits every year. We are extremely proud of our successful track record of representing victims of labor and employment claims. 

Our labor attorneys also represent employees before administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Department of Labor (DOL), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).

If you or someone you know may have been treated improperly by an employer or other employee, do not hesitate to contact our attorneys today. To learn about your legal rights and options, simply fill out our free, no-obligation case review form.