Employment Lawyers in Hicksville, New York

Wage and Hour Fights | Discrimination or Harassment at Work | Overtime or Minimum Wage Violations | Misclassification of Employees | Denial of Breaks | Off the Clock Work Requirements

Most of us have stayed at work every now and then, even though we are off the clock, just to finish a task. But what if your employer requires that you do that on a regular basis, or demands that you take work home to meet a deadline, or that you stop on the way to or from work and run errands for the company? What if you are unable to take breaks because of production demands, or your employer deducts time taken for breaks, even when you don’t take them? The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), a federal statute, provides protection to workers with respect to wages and hours worked. If you believe your rights under the FLSA have been violate, the attorneys at Leeds Brown Law, PC, can help.

At Leeds Brown Law, PC, we have long been recognized as leaders in the protection of the rights of workers in employment law matters, including wage and hour disputes. For more than 30 years, we have fought for the rights of workers throughout New York, including Hicksville. We have a longstanding reputation built through hard work and thorough preparation, as well as a commitment to personalized attention and professional conduct.

Our Hicksville Employment Law Practice

Our lawyers aggressively protect the rights of workers who have been victims of wage and hour violations, such as:

  • Failure or refusal to pay minimum wage
  • Failure or refusal to pay overtime, or miscalculation of overtime wages
  • Misclassification of wage earners as exempt employees
  • Requirements that workers stay after punching off the clock, take work home, or perform work-related duties on the way to or from work
  • Denial of breaks, such as meal breaks
  • Failure or refusal to pay legitimately earned termination pay

Our lawyers also provide zealous advocacy to men and women who have suffered discrimination or harassment on the job, including victims of wrongful treatment based on age, gender, race, disability, religion or creed, or sexual orientation.

Contact Our Office

For a private meeting with an experienced Hicksville employment law attorney, call us at 516-873-9550 or 212-661-4370 (toll-free at 800-585-4658), or contact our office by e-mail. Your first consultation is free of charge.