Successfully Guiding Employers Through Challenging Legal Matters

While many business operations run smoothly and without incident, some employers have found their success marred by employment disputes and the threat of litigation brought by employees. Disputes and litigation can severely damage an employer’s reputation, oftentimes forcing them to make the difficult decision to settle or defend themselves in court.

At Hamilton Law Firm, P.C., we believe that employers have the same right as employees to protect their rights and defend their actions and practices when they are accused of violating state and federal employment laws. We pride ourselves on our proactive approach to helping employers avoid litigation as well as our tenacity during negotiations and litigation.

We’ve helped numerous employers in New Jersey and Pennsylvania protect their business’ reputation against unmerited allegations, and we are confident we can help you too. Call 800-742-1490 to get started.

Taking Proactive Steps To Avoid Litigation

Employment disputes and allegations of wrongdoing can arise because of unclear company policies, poorly trained management, failing to accommodate a worker’s disabilities, discipline for misconduct and much more. Even when an employer thinks they are in the right, an employee may still claim discrimination, retaliation or wrongful termination.

To avoid the possibility of litigation, you can retain our lawyers from the beginning to help your business:

There For You When You Need An Advocate

At Hamilton Law Firm, P.C., we understand that even the best laid business plans can lead to litigation that is why we work with business owners to resolve disputes and claims in a way that is best for the company. Even though we successfully settle many disputes outside of court, attorney Ayesha Hamilton is a skilled litigator who has experience defending employers facing claims of:

  • Discrimination — including age, religion, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and disability discrimination
  • Sexual harassment
  • Breach of contract
  • Unlawful noncompete agreements
  • Whistleblower or workplace retaliation
  • Unlawfully denying FMLA and medical leave absence
  • Employee misclassification
  • Wrongful discharge

Let Us Defend Your Business And Your Rights

Don’t let the threat of litigation hurt your business’ reputation and revenue. Let us thoroughly review the claims against you and put forth a strong defense when those claims are without merit.

To speak with a compassionate attorney today, contact Hamilton Law Firm, P.C., by calling 800-742-1490 or sending us a message online. Initial consultations are available at our offices in Princeton, New Jersey.

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