New York Labor Law Attorney
New York City Minimum Wage Lawyer
Attorney John M. Lambros frequently represents individuals who have been underpaid in violation of the law. Because of the statute of limitations, it is important that a worker who believes himself or herself to be underpaid (or cheated out of wages or salary altogether) seek legal counsel as soon as possible.
At the Law Office of John M. Lambros, located in Manhattan, New York labor law attorney John M. Lambros offers over a decade of legal experience that includes advocating on behalf of employees who have not been paid as promised. Contact the Law Office of John M. Lambros to schedule an initial consultation.
Employee Wage and Hour Disputes
Wage and hour disputes in employment and labor law typically have to do with allegations of one or more of the following:
- Unequal pay (for example between men and women or between racial groups)
- Unpaid wages Unpaid Wages
- Failure to pay overtime
- Unpaid commissions and bonuses
- Inadequate executive compensation
- Inequitable severance packages
In the event that litigation becomes unavoidable, you deserve legal representation by a lawyer who has the experience, the knowledge and the dedication to pursue your most favorable outcome. Mr. Lambros has ample experience obtaining justice on behalf of clients with labor law disputes, whether by settlement negotiations, mediation and arbitration, litigation or appeals.
Benefit of Proactive Employers
Employers who wish to prevent wage and hour disputes or claims and lawsuits are urged to contact Mr. Lambros proactively. Clear wage and hour policies can prevent misunderstandings and conflicts between employer and employee.
Protect Your Rights
Employees who are about to sign employment contracts are also welcome to bring those contracts to Attorney Lambros for review, and if necessary, representation in negotiations with new employers. Contact the Law Office of John M. Lambros to schedule a consultation with an experienced New York City minimum wage lawyer.
Disclaimer: This publication and the information included in it are not intended to serve as a substitute for consultation with an attorney. Specific legal issues, concerns and conditions always require the advice of appropriate legal professionals.