Employment Law Attorneys in Freeport, New York
Wage and Hour Law Disputes | Employment Discrimination or Harassment | Unpaid Overtime | Minimum Wage Violations | Misclassifications | Denial of Breaks
The number of claims filed with the Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor has been steadily climbing for the last 10 years. The attorneys at Leeds Brown Law, PC, can help. More wage and hour claims were filed in 2012 than in 1999-2002. In addition, employers have been found guilty for violating the law nearly 75% of the time. Don’t forfeit your rights through a failure to act. If you have been a victim of wage and hour law violations, the lawyers at Leeds Brown Law, PC, can help.
At the law office of Leeds Brown Law, PC, our attorneys have more than 30 years of experience handling a wide range of employment law matters, including wage and hour claims. We protect the rights of men and women throughout the state of New York, including Freeport, and across the country. We built our successful practice through hard work and thorough preparation, along with a strong commitment to provide highly personalized legal services to every client. We know that your case is unique and will listen carefully, so that we can learn the details of your situation, as well as your goals moving forward.
Our Freeport Employment Law Practice
We will handle all matters related to your wage and hour claim, gathering and evaluating all evidence, preparing and filing all required paperwork, and acting as your representative in all hearings or proceedings. We take all wage and hour claims, including cases involving allegations of:
- Failure or refusal to pay minimum wages
- Failure or refusal to pay overtime, or miscalculation of overtime wages
- Misclassification of wage earners as exempt employees
- Denial of breaks
- Requiring workers to put in significant time “off the clock” or to take work home to meet deadlines
- Refusal or failure to pay earned income to workers who have quit or been terminated
Our attorneys also handle cases involving allegations of discrimination or harassment in the workplace, including claims involving wrongful treatment based on gender, race, disability, age, religion or creed, or sexual orientation.