Helping Employers Effectively Manage Workplace Disputes
When employment disputes arise and negotiations fail, employers can find themselves facing litigation that can take considerable time to resolve and could end up damaging the employer’s reputation in the process.
At Hamilton Law Firm PC, attorney Ayesha Hamilton represents employers involved in litigation arising from contract and discrimination disputes with their employees as well as wrongful termination and retaliation claims. Whether you are a small company or a large corporate employer, she has the experience to effectively handle your case and to counsel you on the best way to proceed.
If you have questions about an employment litigation matter that requires knowledgeable and thorough answers, Ayesha encourages you to call her Princeton firm at 800-742-1490 to discuss your case.
Experienced, Knowledgeable In All Aspects Of Employment Law
At Hamilton Law Firm PC, attorney Ayesha Hamilton brings years of experience handling a variety of employment law matters, giving her the ability to represent employers and employees if the situation calls for it.
She understands the strategies needed to stand up for your rights and protect your best interests. She also understands everything from employment and business law to the civil rights statutes that govern employee rights, including:
- Title VII violations
- Americans With Disability Act (ADA)
- Employment discrimination claims (race, sex, age and disability)
- Sexual harassment claims
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Wage and hour violations (Equal Pay Act, Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act)
- Trade secret concerns
- Restrictive covenants, violation of noncompete agreements
- Whistleblower retaliation
In any employment litigation case, knowing when and where to file the claim is very important. Ayesha prepares claim forms for her clients and files them with the appropriate agency such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission. She can represent you in administrative hearings, PHRC or EEOC mediations and hearings as well as the state and federal court litigation that results from your action.
Providing You With Personalized Guidance For Your Business
At her firm, attorney Hamilton believes your case is too important to pass off to an assistant or junior associate. When you retain our services, you will work directly with her from beginning to end. You can rest assured she will be compassionate when addressing your concerns and aggressive when it comes to protecting your rights.
Discuss Your Situation With Ayesha Today
Whether she is representing an employer or an employee, attorney Hamilton’s attention and focus are always on the best interests of her client. If you would like to speak to her today, contact her law office in Princeton, New Jersey, by calling 800-742-1490 or sending a message online.