New York State Employee Legal Issues
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Assisting New York Employees With A Variety Of Legal Issues

Throughout their careers, New York State employees can face many types of legal problems, such as issues related to employment contracts and disciplinary actions. If you are a state employee who is facing a legal issue, you need trusted help to protect your employment rights and finances. At Luibrand Law Firm, PLLC, we protect the interests of New York state employees, including teachers and school superintendents, who are facing legal problems.

Our Latham office represents people across the Capital Region, including Albany, Troy, Schenectady and Saratoga. Attorney Kevin Luibrand has more than 35 years of legal experience with civil rights and litigation cases. He also has a thorough knowledge of New York state law, including Civil Service law Section 75. You can learn more about how our firm can help your case by calling us at 518-213-3770.

Do I Need An Attorney For My New York State Employee Legal Issue?

State employees who receive a disciplinary action may wonder if they need an attorney for their case. Unfortunately, failing to hire proper legal representation can you put you at a disadvantage when attempting to resolve a dispute with your employer. New York state employers have significant legal resources that they will use during your case. As an employee, you should have the same legal skill on your side.

Our law firm helps many New York state employees, including:

Get Proven Help With Your Legal Issue

Attorney Kevin Luibrand can help you with matters involving employment suspension, hearing and labor arbitration hearings, fines, demotions, terminations and appeals. He will ensure that your employer followed the correct procedures during the legal process and hold the parties accountable for their failure to follow the law.

You can learn more about how we can help by contacting our firm. Call us at 518-213-3770. You can also email us to get more information.