Carle Place Employment Lawyers

Violation of Wage and Hour Laws | Discrimination and Harassment on the Job | Minimum Wage Claims | Overtime Pay Issues | Employee Misclassifications

In a report issued in 2011, the U.S. Department of Labor acknowledged that its wage and hour division found violations in nearly three out of every four enforcement actions it took. The average claim assessed for back wages was more than $13,000. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) gives workers across the United States protection from employer attempts to avoid or minimize wages due. If you have been the victim of wrongful conduct by your employer involving your pay, the attorneys at Leeds Brown Law, PC, can help.

At Leeds Brown Law, PC, we have aggressively fought for the rights of employees across New York for more than three decades, including people in Carle Place and the surrounding communities. We have an extensive knowledge of the laws governing wage and hour violations, and know from experience that every wage and hour claim is different. Our lawyers will listen carefully to learn the details of your case, as well as what you need to move forward with your life. We are committed to providing you with the highest levels of customer service and attention, along with a dedication to unparalleled professional integrity.

Our Carle Place Employment Law Representation

We handle all matters related to wage and hour claims, gathering all relevant evidence, preparing and filing all necessary documentation, and acting as your advocate in all hearings or proceedings. We take every type of wage and hour action, including cases where your employer:

  • Refused or failed to pay minimum wages for work done, or to pay overtime earned
  • Misclassified you as an exempt employee to avoid paying overtime
  • Required that you perform work-related tasks while off the clock, or that you take work home
  • Deducted break time from your time card or pay, even if you did not take breaks or were not allowed breaks
  • Demanded that you stay at work after you punched off the clock
  • Failed or refused to pay you pay earned when you were terminated or resigned

Our lawyers also handle claims involving discrimination or harassment at work, including cases involving wrongful conduct based on gender, race, age, disability, religion or creed, or sexual orientation.

Contact Us

Contact us online or call our office at 516-873-9550 or 212-661-4370 (toll free at 800-585-4658) to set up an appointment with an experienced Carle Place employment law attorney. Your first consultation is without cost or obligation.