Discrimination:

If you are an employee who has experienced discrimination in the workplace, you know all too well how devastating such conduct can be.  Generally, discrimination is the mistreatment of an individual because of a bias based on gender, age, disability, national origin, religion or sexual orientation.  Discrimination can take many forms and can negatively affect an employee's initial hiring prospects, conditions of employment, compensation, prospects for promotion, and can even result in an employee's termination.  Lebe Law helps employees determine if they have a viable discrimination claim against their employer and, if so, aggressively seeks redress for the discrimination.  For more information on discrimination, click here.


Retaliation /

Whistleblower:

Lebe Law advocates for employees who have been illegally retaliated against for reporting misconduct in the workplace, including mistreatment of  other employees and illegal business practices by the employer.  As a potential whistleblower, you should consult with an attorney to help you consider your options and the potential consequences of reporting misconduct by your employer.  Lebe Law will advise you on the variety of laws that protect employees against being fired, demoted, suspended, threatened, harassed or otherwise retaliated against for complaining about or reporting illegal activity.  For more information on retaliation, click here.


Harassment:

Harassment is conduct in the workplace that includes unwelcome advances or other abusive conduct that negatively impact an employee's work environment.  Harassment in the workplace can take many forms, and can dramatically harm an employee's emotional and physical well-being, as well as job prospects.  Lebe Law helps employees determine if they have a viable harassment claim against their employer and, if so, aggressively seeks redress for the mistreatment.  For more information on harassment, click here.


Wage Theft:

Lebe Law fights to ensure that employees are paid all the compensation they have earned.  Too many employers still violate federal, state and city laws governing minimum wages, overtime, exempt versus non-exempt classifications of employees, tips, commissions, prevailing wages, and other kinds of compensation.  Lebe Law represents groups of workers who have suffered the same kind of wage theft by the same employer in class actions.  For more information on wage theft, click here.


Wrongful Termination:

Lebe Law fights for employees who have been wrongfully terminated.  Wrongful terminations are terminations that violate one of a variety of federal, state and city laws.  Lebe Law helps employees determine if they have a viable wrongful termination claim against their former employer and, if so, aggressively seeks redress for the illegal termination.  For more information on wrongful termination, click here.