Results – Oriented Representation For Employees
Federal and state employment laws provide certain protections for employees. Members of protected classes cannot be discriminated in hiring, promotion or termination. Employees do not have to tolerate sexual harassment in the workplace. Nonexempt employees are entitled to overtime pay for hours worked in excess of 40 per week.
Despite these protections, some employers violate employment laws either consciously or inadvertently. And when they do, they can become liable for back pay and benefits, attorney fees and in some cases, punitive damages.
If you have suffered discrimination or harassment in the workplace or you are the victim of any other illegal employment practices, you can take action to obtain justice for the wrongs done to you.
Experienced Ohio Employment Lawyer
Michael Schroth has extensive experience representing victims of discrimination, harassment and other employment law violations. Michael understands the law, the discovery process and how to obtain results for his clients through litigation, negotiation and mediation. When you retain our law firm, we will work diligently to obtain compensation and justice for you.
Schroth Law LLC represents employees in cases involving:
- Discrimination on the basis of race, age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy, national origin and religion
- Sexual harassment
- Family and Medical Leave Act violations
- Wrongful termination
- Employer retaliation
- Overtime claims
- Other employment law violation cases
Whether it involves age discrimination, sexual harassment or another employment law violation, you can depend on Schroth Law LLC for skillful advocacy.
Employment Law Advice And Counseling
In addition to representing people in cases involving employment law violations, we also provide advisory services for employees and employers. We can draft or review an employment contract, or provide an opinion on the enforceability of a noncompete agreement. We can also review a severance agreement and if necessary, engage in negotiations seeking better terms.