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Whether you have questions regarding how to negotiate the terms of employment before you begin work, current difficulties at work, or what to do before or after the involuntary termination of employment, I can help you resolve your questions. Call (516) 466-2033 now for a Free Consultation to allow me to begin evaluating your case.

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The difficulties you may be experiencing at work can range from discrimination based on your race/color, sex, national origin, and religion to discrimination based on pregnancy or a disability. You may be experiencing unequal treatment regarding your pay, age, medical leave, or you may be experiencing sexual harassment. Perhaps you are entitled to overtime pay and your employer is withholding overtime wages. Additionally, both federal and state laws provide specific protection for military reservists from discrimination in the workplace. Unequal or unfair treatment and discrimination takes many forms, and you should choose an experienced attorney in these areas to help you. I have that experience and want to help you.

Not all employment disputes require a lawsuit, and sometimes negotiation is the best course of action. I have considerable experience negotiating with employers who have as few as 4 employees to employers who have as many as 100,000 employees. Sometimes, however, there is no recourse other than a lawsuit. In that case, I have extensive federal and state court trial experience, and I will aggressively represent you in getting your "day in court."

Just as everybody's job is different, so too is the approach to resolving employment disputes. Some employers may wish to quietly settle the dispute while others may wish to fight you "tooth and nail." If you too wish to quietly settle your dispute I can help, but if it's a fight your employer wants then I can, and will, respond in kind on your behalf.

Regardless of the strengths or weaknesses of your case, I will give you an honest, no-nonsense assessment of your potential case, and I will provide you with a straightforward plan of attack on how to proceed. Call (516) 466-2033 now for a no-cost consultation to allow me to begin evaluating your case.

Brendan Chao
Attorney & Counselor at Law

432 Park Avenue | New York, New York | 10016
Phone: (212) 699-0852 | Facsimile: (212) 867-4755

50 Merric Rd | Rockville Center, NY | 11570
Phone: (516) 466-2033 | Facsimile: (516) 466-2007


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