Using an Employment Attorney

Hiring and working with an attorney can seem overwhelming at first. The matter of cost also is an important consideration, but that always must be weighed against the cost of not hiring legal counsel. When it comes to employment law, a good attorney can help protect your rights if you have been wrongfully terminated, discriminated against, retaliated against for blowing the whistle, or otherwise mistreated. There are two distinct kinds of employment attorneys: those who work on behalf of employers (mostly for compliance) and those who work for employees. This section will help you choose and work with an employment law attorney, with sample forms and information about legal fees.

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