Charlotte Employment Law Attorney
At Maloney Law & Associates, PLLC, your rights matter to us. Whether you are an employee, employer, business or independent contractor, it is important to us that all of your legal rights are preserved and upheld. We are compassionate toward your matter and believe that everyone deserves the chance to earn a fair living.
Our Employment Law Practice
Our law firm has highly skilled Charlotte employment law attorneys with extensive experience working with all types of employment law issues. The goal of our employment law practice is to find effective solutions to your legal disputes. We will work hard to find solutions that work best for your individual circumstances and make sense for you.
Whether you have a wrongful termination, discrimination, wage and hour, or contractor issue, we are ready to help with your legal problem. Call us today for a consultation: 704-323-8961.
Effective Legal Solutions For Employees And Employers
There are many ways your rights as an employee or employer can be violated. No matter how big or small a business may be, problems will arise in the workplace. We offer aggressive representation for employees and employers in a variety of employment law disputes including:
- Wrongful termination
- Sexual harassment
- Noncompete agreements
- Family and Medical Leave Act
- Wage and hour
- Termination, separation and benefits
- Executive counseling
- Whistleblower and qui tam actions
Not every case has to go to trial to have a successful result. We are not only skilled in the courtroom but can provide effective negotiation and mediation skills to help resolve your employment law conflicts.
Advocating For Your Wage And Benefits Rights
It is very common for employees and employers to have wage and hour and employee benefits disputes. We can represent you in a broad range of issues that can arise from this type of conflict such as violations under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and benefit plans, as well as exempt status, overtime, termination and separation disputes.
Independent Contractor Issues
Independent contractors are not actual employees. It is important that if you are considering an independent contractor relationship, whether you are the worker or the employer, that you understand the difference and how it impacts you and the legal ramifications. We can discuss with you and evaluate your individual contractor circumstance. We can prepare your independent contractor agreement or revise a proposed contract to protect your rights.
Contact Us Today For North Carolina Wrongful Termination Lawyers
If you have an employment law issue, discuss your case with the experienced and helpful wrongful termination lawyers at Maloney Law & Associates, PLLC. Whether you are an employer or employee, we have the skills to provide you with high-quality legal representation.