Any business in New York needs to aware of laws that govern its operations and work environment. The same concept applies to employees as they are mostly unaware of laws that govern their positions. An employment attorney NY provides insights and updates of these laws to both parties. As Tremiti LLC serves only business clients and eligible individuals in their employment, immigration, and other corporate affairs, in this blog we’ll discuss important things that an employer should look for when hiring an employment attorney.
Employment lawyers mostly involve in cases related to discrimination, racism, sexual harassment, overtime, violation of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act), and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). You can simply find a labor and employment law Firm by searching in Google. But it’s not always the best approach to choose lawyers.
Do they really specialize in employment-related issues?
In many cases people often make an invalid judgment seeing the advertisement and press releases. There are agencies that advertisement themselves as they solely represent employment cases but actually their real practice is different maybe personal injury law or commercial litigation. Employment law is fairly complex and requires higher level of experience and knowledge to handle cases.
Experience in this field
Whether you’re looking for labor and employment law firm NYC or for any other type of attorney, you should make sure they have experience with your particular set of needs. Had you embroiled in a harassment lawsuit? Have you been alleged of discrimination? An employment law form handles a broad range of cases including employment contracts, agreements, handbooks, safety standards, policy reviews, wages, workers’ compensation, and more. If you’re a business, employer, or a human resource department, you can contact Tremiti LLC to discuss any issue related to employment law, OSHA, or business immigration laws.
Listening and communication
It’s important for any lawyer to be an active listener and an effective communicator. When you call a lawyer, they should listen to your needs, and they should ask you several questions to draw out more about your legal issue. It is better to ask them a few questions as a client. For example, you may ask about other commitments and who will be available for you to assist in future matters.
As a successful law firm, Tremiti would always recommend you to crosscheck the track record of your prospective lawyer or firm. We have been in legal field since 2003 and continuously involved in representation of businesses and organizations in the core areas of Employment and Labor Law.
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