New York Employment Attorneys
The Harman Firm’s attorneys and counselors understand that employment disputes in the workplace can have an overwhelming impact on personal and professional lives. The Harman Firm prides itself on helping clients cope with the emotional and financial burdens of a lawsuit. The lawyers here offer their time, empathy, confidentiality, and support that every client needs when confronting current or former employers, coworkers, and colleagues.
The Harman Firm offers aggressive and skilled representation to executives and employees throughout the New York metropolitan area, helping defend their work-related and contractual rights. When those rights are violated, employees are entitled to redress and compensation. Working closely with clients, The Harman Firm offer a voice to victims of improper employment practices counseling them on the best strategies for asserting their rights and resolving disputes. The Harman Firm also has significant experience representing employers in employment law matters. Lead attorney Walker G. Harman, Jr. is known to other attorneys as aggressive and determined to seek justice for his clients.
Few are prepared for the trauma caused by discrimination, such as sexual harassment, college sexual harassment, pregnancy discrimination, age discrimination or racial discrimination. For this reason, The Harman Firm encourages the victims of discrimination to come forward with their claims, and to consult an attorney regarding their legal options.
Contact The Harman Firm to speak with an experienced New York employment law attorney. The staff at The Harman Firm will work on behalf of employees in diverse areas of employment law, including workplace discrimination, sexual harassment, whistleblower law, FLSA and class actions, as well as contract negotiations.
The Harman Firm prides itself on keeping abreast of changes in the field of employment law. Every day, we at The Harman Firm work to inform the public about the ever-changing nature of employment matters. Go to our blog for a discussion of current developments in employment law.
- Court Denies Summary Judgment To Defendant in Georgia Sexual Harassment Case On November 10, 2014, Federal District Court
- Minnesota District Court Rejects EEOC's Motion for Preliminary Injunction Against Honeywell's Employee Wellness Program On November 6, 2014, the United States District
- Restaurant in Michigan Refused to Hire Pregnant Woman in Violation of Federal Law On November 4, 2014 the EEOC filed a lawsuit
- District Court Rejects Motions by AT&T and Its Contractor to Compel Arbitration and Dismiss Complaint in Misclassification Case On October 30, 2014, the Federal District Court
- Four States Vote to Increase Minimum Wage After years of inaction by the U.S. congress,