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Although employees have limited rights, employers can be held liable for wrongful discharge, employment retaliation and sexual harassment that violate employee rights in the workplace. You are protected from wrongful termination and employee discrimination in hiring, promotion, discipline and job assignments decisions that are based on your:
Kilgore Law has practiced employment law for over two decades. These days, many employment law matters are resolved by arbitration. We have represented clients in numerous arbitrations and jury trials, winning settlements large and small for our clients. Kilgore Law aims to settle most employment law cases BEFORE trial.
We help our clients with their employment claims. Click on this link to contact us for a free 15-minute telephone consultation. We can help you understand your situation from a legal perspective.
Our employment law lawyers are sensitive to the legal, economic and emotional dynamics that arise when the employment relationship is abused. We use tact and diplomacy in pursuing favorable resolution of employee rights in the workplace.
Click on this link to read some of the many client testimonials that people have sent to thank our employee rights attorneys for getting them back on track. Kilgore Law can do the same for you.
You are protected from wrongful termination and employee discrimination in hiring, promotion, discipline and job assignment decisions based on the fact that you engaged in certain actions, including:
If you were denied employee benefits to which you were lawfully entitled, if you experienced employee discrimination at your workplace, or if you were denied your equal employment opportunity rights, our employment law lawyers can help. Kilgore Law pursues a variety of legal remedies, according to the goals of our clients, such as:
Kilgore Law also handles defamation claims that arise in a variety of employment contexts including performance reviews, intra-corporate communications, employee conduct investigations, management disciplinary actions, employment termination meetings and post-employment job references. To establish a claim for defamation in Texas or New York, an employee must show that an employer made a false statement about him or her that was published, that it caused the plaintiff harm and that the employer made the statement with malice. The most common defamation claims involve allegations of illegal drug use, dishonesty, business fraud or sexual harassment.
To learn more about our employment discrimination and defamation law practice or to schedule an appointment to discuss matters in confidence with an employment law attorney at our Dallas or New York office, contact us. We offer a free 15-minute telephone consultation with a Kilgore attorney to help you understand your situation from a legal perspective and whether or how to proceed with an action.
Suit claiming defamation, employment discrimination and employment retaliation: Pegram v. Honeywell, Inc., 361 F.3d 272 (5th Cir. 2004), Race Discrimination
Schirle v. Sokudo USA LLC
McKinney v. Montgomery Kone, Inc., 2004 WL 813204 (N.D. Tex. 2004), Three Plaintiffs, Race Discrimination
Pegram v. Honeywell, Inc., 361 F.3d 272 (5th Cir. 2004), Race Discrimination