Holding Employers Accountable For Misconduct And Illegal Acts
Just because your employer pays your salary does not give it the right to treat you any way it wants. In fact, there are several New York and federal laws that clearly outline many different forms of unlawful employer misconduct. If your employer engages in any of these illegal employment practices, you may be able to seek legal recourse.
Whether you are the victim of employment discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation or anything in between, Luibrand Law Firm, PLLC, can explain your legal options and help protect your guaranteed civil rights.
With more than 35 years of legal experience, attorney Kevin Luibrand has represented all types of employees, including many in the education field, such as teachers, superintendents, principals and other school employees. While his extensive track record contains many successful results, one noteworthy outcome includes a $2,000,000 award for a correctional officer who suffered sexual harassment and retaliation at the hands of co-workers.
Trusted Legal Guidance For All Of Your Employment Law Claims
Luibrand Law Firm, PLLC, can assist you with a wide variety of employment-related legal issues:
- Workplace discrimination, including discrimination based on age, race, religion, sex or national origin
- Sexual harassment in the workplace
- Wrongful termination claims, including those involving breaches of employment contracts or collective bargaining agreements (CBAs)
- Retaliation after reporting or blowing the whistle on the illegal or wrongful acts of your employer
- Wage and hour violations, including claims for unpaid overtime
Lawyer Kevin Luibrand will do everything possible to get you the results you deserve, whether this involves negotiation or litigation. After all, holding your employer accountable is the most effective way to stop these illegal acts in the workplace.
Hostile Work Environment Results
- $2,000,000 for a worker repeatedly sexually harassed at work.
- $154,500 for a woman who was subjected to a repeatedly hostile work environment with co-workers sending sexually-charged emails and photos, and then the employer dismissing the employee after her reports of the conduct were made to the employer.
- $67,500 for a woman who was suspended for having reported public information about a local government official supported by her government employer.
To schedule a FREE initial consultation today with an experienced Albany employment law attorney, call 518-213-3770 or toll-free at . You can also reach us online. We serve clients throughout Upstate New York and the Capital Region, including those in Latham.