Protecting Your Rights in Employment Law Matters
Whether you are an employee or an employer, you have rights and protections under state and federal employment laws. Knowing when these rights and protections are being violated may be challenging if you are not familiar with the laws and legal precedents governing your situation.
The law office of PGD Law PLLC, is a results-oriented law firm, serving both employees and employers in the Washington metropolitan area. Our lawyers have obtained significant resolution of employment actions. These have included federal, state and administrative hearings.
Working to Resolve a Wide Range of Employment Disputes
Our firm is in a strong position to resolve employment law disputes, including issues surrounding:
- Retaliation and wrongful termination
- Wage and hour violations
- Whistleblower and qui tam actions
- Sexual harassment
- The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Violations of noncompete agreements
- Severance disputes
- Employment contract disputes
Effective Advocacy to Serve Our Clients’ Best Interests
Employment disputes tend to be complex legal matters that involve numerous state and federal regulations. Addressing Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) violations as well as issues in employment contracts, our firm provides effective legal guidance and advocates for our clients’ best interests.
Due to our experience representing either side in employment disputes, our firm understands the nuances of these cases from every angle. With a comprehensive knowledge of plaintiff and defendant strategies, our attorneys take proactive steps to secure a favorable outcome.
Litigating Your Employment Disputes to Protect You
Whether you’re a worker looking to enforce your employee rights or an employer defending yourself against a civil action, the employment law attorneys at PGD Law PLLC, are here to help. To put more than 45 years of experience at your disposal, call 703-291-0492 or 301-825-9629 or fill out this contact form to schedule an appointment at any of our four offices: Vienna, Virginia; Greenbelt, Maryland; the Eastern Shore; and Washington, D.C.