Employment Disputes

Employment Disputes

Employment Disputes encompass a range of legal conflicts that arise in the workplace and often require legal intervention. Our extensive experience provides a unique advantage in navigating the complexities of possible conflicts that would arise, including whistleblower disputes, wrongful termination, sexual harassment, and severance issues.

Wrongful Termination

Wrongful termination refers to the unlawful dismissal of an employee from his or her position due to discriminatory practices or breaches of contract by the employer.

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment is a form of workplace discrimination that involves unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.


Retaliation occurs when adverse actions are taken against an employee in response to protected activities they engage in, such as whistleblowing or filing discrimination complaints.

What recovery is available?

Going to trial can result in financial compensation for the damages suffered. This compensation may include lost wages, medical expenses, emotional distress, and punitive damages.

Compensation may also cover future damages, such as loss of future earnings potential or ongoing medical expenses related to injuries sustained in unsafe working conditions.

In some cases of wrongful termination, particularly if the termination was found to be unjustified or in violation of employment laws, the individual may be reinstated to their former position or offered a comparable position within the organization.

If the termination resulted in the individual losing their job skills or ability to work in their previous capacity, compensation may include funding for retraining or vocational rehabilitation programs to help them acquire new skills and re-enter the workforce.

Compensation may also include non-monetary remedies such as changes in workplace policies or procedures, implementation of safety measures, or providing access to counseling and support services for victims of harassment or discrimination.

If termination resulted in the loss of pension benefits or other employment-related benefits, compensation may include restoration of these benefits or equivalent financial compensation.

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