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Georgia Employment & Labor Attorney

 

Georgia’s employment and labor laws includes discrimination claims, wrongful discharge claims, wrongful termination claims, claims arising out of union activities, and claims related to benefits such as insurance or pensions. It can also include statutory claims such as wage and hour claims, unemployment compensation and workers’ compensation.
 
If you are in the Atlanta area, and believe you have been wrongfully terminated, or the victim of workplace discrimination, or have any other employment law claim against your current or former employer, you need to consult with a qualified employment lawyer.
 
Attorney Karen Brown-Williams is dedicated to providing outstanding representation to her clients, and has a well-deserved reputation for being a committed and tenacious employment lawyer who only represents employees; primarily in wrongful termination cases. In her efforts to secure just compensation for employees in the Georgia and metro Atlanta area who have been wrongfully terminated or otherwise victimized by unlawful employment practices, she has successfully taken on Fortune 500 companies, large multi-national corporations and small businesses. Over the years, her trial verdicts and case settlements have resulted in millions of dollars in compensation for her clients in Atlanta, Alpharetta, Marietta and other Georgia cities. Attorney Karen Brown-Williams’ experience and abilities as an employment lawyer make her well qualified to handle your wrongful termination case.
 
We also handle other employment law related issues including:

  • Severance Agreements
  • Discrimination
  • Contract Disputes
  • Employment Agreements and Restrictive Covenants
  • Federal Employment Issues
  • Independent Contractors
  • Wage and Hour Disputes
  • Family Medical Leave

 

Our law firm has the legal skills necessary to quickly resolve workplace disputes and recover compensation for your damages — whether through mediation, a negotiated settlement, or litigation in state or federal court. In select cases, we are able to combine similar claims together in an employment class action lawsuit.
If you would like to consult with an Atlanta employment lawyer, we invite you to contact our office and make an appointment to speak with attorney Brown-Williams about your case. We have two offices conveniently located in Marietta and Alpharetta.

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