practice areas

Wage Theft

Wage theft includes the failure to pay minimum wage, failure to pay proper overtime, underpayment of prevailing wage, failure to pay non-discretionary bonuses, delayed and/or infrequent payment of wages, unlawful deductions from wages, unpaid tips or unlawful tip sharing, and so on.

Discrimination & Wrongful Termination

Unlawful discriminatory practices are punishable by a variety of legal frameworks, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, as well other similar state based statutes.

Equal Pay Act

If you have reason to believe that your rate of pay is lower when compared to similar coworkers, and this is due to your gender, your employer may have violated the law that prohibits such discriminatory pay practices.

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