LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW
The Walter Mosley Law Firm brings over a decade of experience handling a wide range of labor and employment law cases, representing plaintiffs in their claims from prelitigation to litigation in state and federal court, mediation, and arbitration. The firm’s high-quality legal services have led to countless victories and many satisfied clients.
Simply put, we protect your right to a safe, comfortable and fair workplace environment.
Walter Mosley Law’s Labor and Employment Investigations team helps companies and other organizations identify and resolve workplace issues that may pose a threat to business operations ranging from matters in response to internal complaints, claims involving hiring practices, whistleblower allegations, wage and hour, and discrimination and harassment.
Walter Mosley Law’s Employment Defense team provides employers of all types with a tailored strategy to provide the best and most cost-effective legal solutions to all employment and labor claims. The team will litigate and negotiate all employment and labor claims, in state and federal court or in arbitration. The team provides big law results with individualized attention and care.
The types of matters we handle:
Unwanted sexual advances or conduct causing discomfort or hostility, physical advances in a workplace or other professional setting, and violating one's dignity.
Treating individuals unfavorably due to pregnancy, intention to become pregnant, childbirth, or related medical conditions; a form of gender-based discrimination.
Unfair treatment to an applicant or employee based on age, race, sex, gender, or sexual orientation; illegal in many jurisdictions.
AGE, RACE, SEX, GENDER, & SEXUAL ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION
When an employer treats a qualified employee or applicant unfavorably because of their disability.
Unjust treatment based on religious beliefs or practices, infringing on one's religious freedom and civil rights.
Disciplinary actions against individuals reporting misconduct, exercising their rights, or engaging in legally protected activity.
Negotiation of terms and benefits when an employee is terminated or laid off.
NEGOTIATING A SEVERANCE
Hours worked beyond regular working hours without receiving appropriate compensation as labor laws require.
Failure to pay employees their earned wages, salary, or overtime, violating employment agreements or regulations.
Work-related costs employees pay out-of-pocket but are not reimbursed by their employer, often leading to financial burden.
A formal submission or complaint made by individuals exposing illegal, unethical, or unsafe practices within an organization.
When an employee has been fired unlawfully, being for having exercised their legal rights, duties, or acting out of obligation to the greater public.