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Do you believe that you have received unfair or unequal treatment at work?
Let us help you put your life back together.

Because you need a job, some employers think they hold all the cards and can treat workers or job applicants any way they want. They may appear to have an advantage in the short term, but in may ways employment law is meant to make working for a living a fair undertaking.

At The Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, LLP, we will take your side in an employment dispute, and we will stand up to your employer or others who have violated your rights. Our attorneys aggressively pursue every course of action available to obtain the best available outcomes for our clients.

To discuss you termination of employment matter with an experienced Long Island employment lawyer, call us now or fill out our online contact form.

LONG ISLAND EMPLOYMENT LAWYER WHO WILL LEVEL THE PLAYING FIELD FOR YOU

The employee-employer relationship in the New York is governed by hard-fought rules and regulations put in place at the federal and state levels. Despite laws such as the New York State Human Rights Law, and federal laws such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Fair Labor Standard Act, Occupational Safety and Health Act, the False Claims Act and others, many workers remain at a disadvantage when disputes arise at work.

Employees who have been treated improperly by an employer may have the law on their side, but it is not likely – nor should it be expected – that they have enough knowledge of employment law to properly defend themselves. That’s why Long Island employment lawyers at Cohen & Jaffe pursue employment claims for workers who have been wronged. We protect those who seek to provide their work and services for a fair wage and proper treatment.

At the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, LLP, we take employment law guarantees for workers seriously. Our employment lawyers work aggressively to assist working New Yorkers in every way possible.

If you believe you have been treated unjustly in the workplace or while applying for a job, find out if our employment discrimination attorneys can help you. We assist clients form throughout Lond Island and New York City in blue collar, white collar, labor, management and executive level positions in cases related to:

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Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) violations (wages, hours and overtime pay)
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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) violations.
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Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) violations.
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Unlawful retaliation.
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Whistleblower
and Sarbanes-Oxley Act cases.

GET ANSWERS TO YOUR LEGAL QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR TREATMENT AT WORK

Contact us now for specific answets to your questions about your unique situation. Below are general answers to some common questions about employment law claims.

How can a lawyer help me with my employment law claim?
What is workplace discrimination?
What constitutes a wrongful termination?
What are some examples of sexual harassment?
I'm afraid of filing a complaint for fear of losing my job, or being retaliated against at work. If I quit, can I collect unemployment compensation?
What should I do if my employer has violated the Fair Labor Standards Act?
I reported my employer for illegal activities and am afraid that I will face repercussions. Whar are whistleblower protections?
As someone with a disability, am I legally protected in the workplace?
What should I do if my employer retaliates against me?

Employment Lawyers Cohen & Jaffe – Your Employment Advocate

If you believe your employer or a potential employer has treated you unfairly through discrimination, retaliation, a pay or work hours dispute, or another violation of your rights, The Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, LLP, is here to help you.

Our objective is to see that your rights are protected and you are treated fairly under the laws of New York and the U.S. If this includes compensation for the way you have been treated, we will pursue it aggressively on your behalf.

Find out how we can help you today. You can reach our Long Island employment lawyers by phone or by filling out our online contact form.