Employment and Discrimination Claims Lawyers in Pennsylvania
Discrimination claims are now a basic part of the business landscape
for both employees and employers. Discrimination on the basis of race,
color, religion, national origin, age and sex, including sexual harassment,
remains a pervasive threat to employees who seek nothing more than to earn an
honest living. At the same time, many if not most personnel decisions pose at
least some risk of being misconstrued as evidence of illegal discrimination when
those decisions are not handled carefully. Non-compete contracts or covenants
not to compete are pervasive, yet require specialized knowledge of the law to
be interpreted and enforced.
Since Pennsylvania is an at-will employment state, pursuing employment discrimination
claims can be very difficult. Presenting claims before the Pennsylvania Human
Relations Commission (PHRC) or the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC) can
be challenging at best, and litigating employment cases in the state and federal courts
presents unique challenges. The attorneys of Wolf, Baldwin & Associates,
P.C. have experience representing both employers and employees in
discrimination, sexual harassment, and other employment claims. We can also advise
you about potential workers’ compensation or unemployment compensation rights.
We can help victims of discrimination, and we can counsel businesses regarding
actual and potential employment claims. Our lawyers can help you learn your employment
law rights and protect those rights. Contact
us today to schedule an appointment, so that we can discuss your employment
situation. We look forward to speaking with you.
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