The Law Offices of Bob Nehoray is a multi-faceted employment law law firm, which not only represents victims of unlawful sexual harassment, discrimination and wrongful termination, but also employers who need to comply with complex State and Federal employee rights laws. In addition, we represent employers who have been wrongfully accused of not following the law and now face uncertain litigation. Employees When employees are confused about their rights or have been unfairly denied rights by their employers, the Law Offices of Bob Nehoray can level the playing field. We have the legal knowledge and litigation muscle necessary to proactively intervene on your behalf. We represent employees in a variety of employment matters, including unlawful harassment, discrimination, retaliation and/or wrongful termination, failure to accommodate disabilities, and/or failure to provide family, medical and/or disability leave. We also represent employees in severance negotiations. When litigation becomes a necessity, employees can be confident that the Law Offices of Bob Nehoray's intellectual resources, courtroom skill and desire to win will give them the advantage they need to litigate successfully.


Employers hire us to advise them with respect to State and Federal law compliance, as well as to vigorously defend them against unmeritorious claims. An integral part of our practice is helping employers avoid costly, frustrating and unpredictable litigation through counseling and early dispute resolution strategies such as settlement discussions, mediation and arbitration. When cases are not amenable to early resolution, we defend claims with the intention of final disposition at summary judgment-a procedure with which our attorneys have had overwhelming success. If a case survives summary judgment, rest assured that our courtroom skill and experience will make a difference.

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