Moore Kuehn seeks to hold employers of all kinds liable for violations of state and federal employment laws. These lawsuits can take the form of personal lawsuits or employment class action lawsuits, allowing many employees who were wronged by the same employment law violations to join together in a single lawsuit. Types of employment law cases include workplace discrimination for race, sex, religion or sexual preference, unpaid overtime claims, minimum wage violations, employee misclassification cases, WARN Act violations, and Wage Theft Prevention Act violations.
A number of federal and state laws are in place to protect the rights of prospective or current employees. Violations of these laws give rise to lawsuits filed by employees or applicants against employers involving employment-related issues, such as harassment, wrongful termination, or discrimination based on sex, race, age, or disability.
Employees are protected against employer discrimination or harassment by a number of federal laws, including:
A wide range of employment disputes can arise between employers and applicants or employees. Common types of employment practices lawsuits include:
Having an experienced employment practices litigator by your side may be crucial to the successful outcome of your case. Our Connecticut attorneys can:
Our attorneys at Moore Kuehn are experienced litigators, well-versed in federal and state employment laws. If you have been the victim of discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation, or other treatment prohibited by law, you may be entitled to file an employment practices lawsuit. Call us as soon as possible to schedule your free case evaluation.