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Employee Protection: New York Employment Law

Fair treatment and justice at work.

When employers in New York discriminate, harass, retaliate, or abuse you (as their employee) based on a disability, religion, ethnicity, race, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status or pregnancy, we’ll be there in New York State Local, State or Federal Court on your behalf. In addition, we make sure you’re justly compensated for your work, unpaid wages like withheld paychecks and unpaid overtime if you worked over 40/hrs in the week.


Feeling trapped or like you’re drowning at work? Labor Laws afford a number of protections and rights to you as an employee. We can help enforce those protections when employers fail to do so, are complicit, or even retaliate against you.

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Unjust Termination Protection

If you have been fired wrongfully or have experienced discrimination or harassment based on your ethnicity, race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, religion or pregnancy, we will fight on your behalf in Court.

Employee Underpaid Wages

Unpaid wages, including overtime and your last paycheck – is money owed to you by law. We will use our decades of experience to enforce your rights in court.

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Share your story with a team of attorneys who have extraordinary experience protecting New York Employees’ Rights. Using the form, describe the situation at work and the events that led to it. This is a free attorney consultation with an Employment Attorney.

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