Labor & Employment Law

We will make sure that your voice is heard and that you are safe and
treated fairly. If you are not, we will hold your employer accountable.

For many people, their job defines them. When someone says, “tell me about yourself” or “what do you do,” the response is often about their occupation. This is not surprising. Most people spend a lot of time at work. Your job is not just something that allows you to pay your bills and put food on the table, it gives you a sense of who you are. When someone is treated unfairly at work, it often affects all aspects of that individual’s life.

KJC Law Firm is committed to ensuring that every worker’s voice is heard, that every worker is safe at work and that every worker is treated fairly. We strive to do that through our labor and employment law practice.

Labor Law

Labor law focuses on the relationship among unions, employers and employees. KJC Law Firm lawyers practice “union side” labor law and not only work with unions to help negotiate worker’s the best deal in wages, salaries and benefits, they work with unions to force change when employers try to take advantage of their employees.

Employment Law

Employment law focuses on the relationship between employers and employees. KJC Law firm employment lawyers work exclusively for individual employees, fighting for their rights to be safe, treated fairly and paid for the work that they do.

Learn more about Practice Areas within Labor & Employment Law below.

Age Discrimination
Maternity Discrimination
Race Discrimination
Sexual Preference
Union Side Labor Law
Wage Theft
Social Security
Public Employee
Disability Retirement

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