Serving New York City, Washington D.C. and Baltimore
At FitzPatrick & Associates, our comprehensive employment law practice touches on all matters related to employment discrimination, employees’ rights, wrongful termination, and employment litigation.
Experienced Employment Law Representation in Washington D.C., New York City, Baltimore
When your livelihood is threatened, it’s normal to experience a range of emotions. How will you pay your bills if you’re fired? Should you even say anything at all? Will this ruin future prospects in your industry?
No one should ever feel like they have to compromise their rights just to pay their bills or provide for their family. You deserve to work in a fair, supportive environment without fear of harassment, retaliation, or a violation of your rights as a person and a worker.
Protect Your Important Rights
In the U.S., workers in all industries are protected by state and federal laws that guarantee certain wages, safe working conditions, and freedom from abuse in the workplace.
Unfortunately, workers’ rights are violated far too often. Many employees keep silent because they fear a supervisor or an employer will threaten them or otherwise retaliate if they speak up about mistreatment or unfair policies. This is wrong, and it’s why attorney, Christopher FitzPatrick has dedicated his career to helping workers have a voice.
Locations, We Are Serving For:
- New York City, NY
- Washington DC
- Baltimore, MD
At FitzPatrick & Associates we assist employees in the following employment-related matters:
- Sexual Harassment
- Wage and hour violations
- Misclassification of workers
- Wrongful termination
- Title VII cases
- Workplace discrimination
- EEOC cases
- Employment policies
- Non-compete agreements
- ERISA and retirement cases
Mr. FitzPatrick also assists employers from a variety of industries in preparing sound, reasonable employment policies and practices that comply with the law and clearly set forth the rights and responsibilities of both the employer and the employee.
Get Help from an Experienced Washington D.C., New York City, Baltimore Employment Law Attorney
If you have questions about an employment law matter, or you have experienced discrimination or an adverse employment action, time is limited. The law imposes strict deadlines on how long you have to file a claim. Don’t wait too long to get the help you need. Call today to speak to an Washington D.C., New York City, Baltimore employment law attorney about your case.