Protecting Workers In Discrimination Claims and Workplace Disputes

For many of us, the workplace is where we spend a significant portion of each week. Jobs can be stressful for many reasons, but no one should be subjected to unlawful or criminal actions from a supervisor, co-worker or anyone else they come in contact with during the work day or during the course and scope of employment.

At the Law Offices of Richard J. Abramson, I represent workers in many employment law disputes, including:

  • Sexual harassment
  • Discrimination based on gender, race, age, handicap or disability, pregnancy or any other protected status
  • Hostile work environment
  • Retaliation claims
  • Wage and hour disputes
  • Violations under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
  • Contract disputes, including noncompete contracts
  • Wrongful termination
  • Unemployment compensation

Employment Law Disputes

Please call me if you believe you are the victim of wrongful termination or discrimination in the workplace. I represent workers with claims of unlawful workplace discrimination, including discrimination based on race, sex, religion, national origin, physical disability, age and pregnancy, claims of harassment, hostile work environment, retaliation or wrongful termination. I also assist individuals with contract negotiation, disciplinary issues, employment agreements, noncompete disputes, nonsolicitation issues, severance and separation agreements, wage and hour law disputes, Family Medical Leave Act issues. I can represent individuals in proceedings in the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Pennsylvania Human Rights Commission, state court and federal court and in arbitration matters.

Often, workers are uncertain whether they have a claim against their employer or others. Discriminatory actions can include but are not limited to termination or being passed over for a job, or demoted or harassed as well as decisions regarding compensation, promotions, training, benefits and other terms of employment. Please call me at 215-444-0900 to discuss making an appointment to meet to discuss your circumstances and claims.

Also Assisting With Contract Negotiation And Disputes

Many disputes between an employer and employee or a former employee are due to different interpretations of a contract. If you want a contract prepared or reviewed or if you want to discuss the terms of a contract or the draft of a contract, please call my office to discuss scheduling an appointment to meet with me. I represent individuals or companies in contract negotiation matters.

If you face a dispute over a noncompete contract, a severance agreement, a separation agreement or any other aspect of an employee contract, please call or use the online contact form on this website to discuss scheduling an appointment to meet me.