Retaining the right Tulsa employment attorney can make all the difference in winning or losing your case. No matter if you’re an employer or an individual, you want solutions to your problems; and to achieve this outcome, you require an innovative consultant and litigator. Most of all, you need someone to guide you through the legal process with ease.
Tulsa employment attorney Frank Hagedorn provides key advice, as well as strong litigation strategies for individuals and businesses dealing with today’s most trying workplace matters, such as:
This includes victims of a sexual and hostile employment situation, employees who have had their job or opportunities at advancement in the workplace made contingent on the permittance of sexual favors, and employees who have dealt with retaliation against them due to rejected sexual advances or reporting sexual harassment.
Employees facing discrimination due to being forty and over.
Race, Sex, and National Origin Discrimination
Employees discriminated against due to race, sex and/or national origin.
Government employees who’ve been discriminated against due to reporting violations of law by their employers or coworkers. This can also include some specific private sector employees protected by statutes.
This includes employees who have seen retaliation against them for various protected activities, including reporting on discrimination, reporting sexual harassment and filing claims for compensation benefits.
Claims regarding termination that violates an employment contract or failure/refusal to pay compensation stipulated in an employment agreement– including any bonuses and commissions.
Defamation, infliction of intentional emotional distress, assault, slander and malicious interference with business dealings and relationships at the workplace.
Frank Hagedorn, Tulsa employment attorney, can also deal with severance agreements as well as other contracts. He also assists professionals and employers with minimizing legal obstacles that are commonly dealt with when ending employment relationships, so give us a call to find out what we can do to help with your employment law situation.