The attorneys at our law firm have a significant amount of experience handling personal injury and workers’ compensation cases for employees. However, our background has also led us to counseling and representing both employers and employees in separate employment law disputes. From our law offices in Auburn and Ithaca, New York, the lawyers at our firm have handled high-level employer and employee disputes, including federal court litigation. We also provide advice and counsel to employers and employees regarding handbooks, contracts and other governance matters.
Littman & Babiarz represent employers and employees throughout Central, New York, engaged in disputes over employment law infractions. Our Finger Lakes Region attorneys represent our clients in arbitration, mediation and litigation. Our goal is to handle your case in the most effective way possible while minimizing your costs. We have experience handling cases at the local level as well as in state and federal courts. Call our law offices in Ithaca or Auburn offices at 607-277-7527 if you need representation regarding:
- Severance agreements
- Separation Agreements
- Disability discrimination
- Age discrimination
- Sex discrimination and equal pay claims
- Failure to accommodate
- Pregnancy discrimination
- Medical leave discrimination
- Gender discrimination
- Race or national origin discrimination
- Religious discrimination
- Unlawful or wrongful termination
Civil rights are of utmost importance, and so is one’s right to be paid fairly and treated lawfully. We take employment law disputes seriously and investigate each situation fully. Whether you are an employer or an employee, your rights will be protected.
Employment law Counseling
Sometimes when an employment law case arises, an employer or employee may believe he or she has a case, only to realize later that the paperwork involved in his or her potential dispute is contradictory. The law can be complex and complicated, and often these cases can be avoided if counsel is sought early on in the employment process.
As an employee, it is important to review your severance agreement, employment contract and manual stipulations with an attorney before signing the paperwork. Similarly, employers should have their manuals, severance agreements, terminations, non-compete agreements, and other procedures and policies reviewed by an attorney. Going through this review process ensures that the agreement falls within the law and no one’s rights are being denied.