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Do You Need Help with an Employment Issue?

Legal issues and disputes can arise at any stage of the employment process -- during interviewing or hiring, at any time of an employee's tenure, and when the employer-employee relationship is terminated. Any job applicant, current employee, or ex-employee whose legal rights have been violated in the context of employment should discuss the situation and all potential options with an employee rights attorney.

How an Employment Law Attorney Can Help

If you are a job applicant, current employee, or ex-employee whose rights may have been violated in an employment situation, or if you are involved in a legal dispute with your current or former employer, an employment law attorney can help. No matter what type of employment law issues are involved, or which side of a legal dispute you are on (as "plaintiff" or "defendant"), an employee rights attorney can take action on your behalf - such as reviewing documents, researching the law, interviewing witnesses, collecting records, conferring with expert consultants, planning legal strategy, and negotiating with the opposing party and their counsel.

Your attorney will be on your side to represent your best interests and address your concerns at every step of your case, to ensure that your rights as an employee are fully assessed and protected -- including rights to fair pay, family and medical leave, privacy in the workplace, safety on the job, and the right to be free from many forms of discrimination -- all with the goal of strengthening your position and obtaining the best results for you.

Finding an Employment Law Attorney

To find an employment lawyer or law firm to help with your employee rights issue, use the FindLaw Lawyer Directory. To get started, go to the "Find a Lawyer" box near the upper left corner of this page. You can also find an employment law attorney near you here.

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Contact a qualified employment attorney to make sure
your rights are protected.
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