Let us counsel you about your rights and options.


We brought the first sexual harassment class action in New York. 

We co-counseled the first overtime pay class action in New York.


  • You were sexually harassed

  • You were not paid overtime pay for working over 40 hours and you think you should have received overtime pay.

  • You are asked to sign a separation agreement and don’t know your rights.

  • You were denied an employment opportunity or fired for discriminatory reasons.

  • You are asked to sign a non-compete or non-solicitation agreement.

  • You are asked to sign an employment contract.

Our firm was founded as a boutique law firm practicing exclusively in the area of employment and labor law. We have handled thousands of employment-related disputes including wage and hour claims, discrimination and sexual harassment claims, employment contracts, non-compete agreements and other restrictive covenants, exit packages and whistleblower claims.

Our NY-based employment lawyers have extensive experience representing workers and managing unpaid overtime wage claims on a class wide basis, resulting in millions of dollars being paid to class members.

We pride ourselves on the fact that we have earned our clients’, and other attorneys’, respect.  In fact, most of our referrals come from other attorneys and former clients.  We have a reputation for keeping an eye on our client’s objectives.




Tips for meeting with an employment attorney to discuss your employment rights and options:


  • Create a document to use when discussing your issues with an employment attorney.

  • Mark it “Confidential for Attorney.”  The document should not be accessible by anyone else.

  • On that document, write a chronology about your employment situation. Write down all the facts surrounding the events which you found to be unfair or unjust.  

  • Include a description of any evidence that may support your claims.  

  • Provide names of potential witnesses and what you think they may say.

  • After you complete your chronology, sleep on it and try to add additional detail the next day. 

  • Do not show this document to anyone other than a lawyer after they state that they do not have a conflict and will protect the confidentiality of your document.