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Our Connecticut & New York Employment Law Attorneys have the privilege of exploring the work and career challenges our clients face every day. We collaborate with clients to find realistic and cost-effective solutions that do not involve litigation. Although we litigate every day, we strongly encourage clients and employers to talk through their contract disputes, severance negotiations, employment discrimination and the like before considering litigation.
In our roles as Connecticut & New York Employment Law Attorneys, we wear many hats. We are the private coaches who provide leadership and direction to resolve client employment issues. We also act as our client’s personal human resource director, providing quick answers about company policies, benefits, and compensation. We are task masters in our handling of each and every aspect of the clients’ employment litigation and appellate work. Finally, we are the storytellers of our clients personalized narrative to the company, the court and ultimately the jury.
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