A Strong Advocate For Employees
At its best, work is a strong source of identity and personal fulfillment. At the very least, it’s an economic necessity, and it’s where we spend most of our time during the week. For these reasons and many more, it is critical that the workplace be safe, secure and fair for all workers. Whether you need advice before making a decision or you need representation when a problem arises, I can help.
I represent people confronted with harassment, discrimination, and accusations the workplace. victims suffer stress, anxiety and the threat of economic insecurity. Many feel they have only two choices: putting up with the problems or quitting. Thankfully, there are other options including enforcing your legal rights or even negotiating a favorable solution. I also guide people in avoiding problems before they arise, reviewing and negotiating proposed employment contracts, nondisclosure agreements, and other conditions of employment.
As the founder of Wilbur Smith, P.C. I have decades of experience with employment law, and am proud to utilize my skill and experience helping employees.
Where I Can Help
My firm is ready to represent you in nearly any employment-related matter, including:
- Gender and sex discrimination
- Sexual harassment
- Age discrimination
- Disability discrimination and federally required accommodations
- Race and national origin discrimination
- Civil rights violations at work
- Hostile work environment
- Ethnic harassment
- Defending against accusations
- Retaliation and wrongful termination
- Employment contracts and nondisclosure agreements
No Organization Is Above The Law
People who work for big business or the government are often hesitant to pursue their rights because the employer seems too powerful. I have sparred with big businesses and governments throughout my career. Experience proves that skill, law, and knowledge is better than big. When we work together, you can be confident that I care only about what is right for you. I will focus on the advice that serves you best, and let others take care of themselves. If we litigate, I will work strive to get you the best compensation, either in the courtroom or through a negotiated settlement.