Employment Attorneys In Weston, Florida
Action-Oriented Employee Representation And Trusted Counsel For Employers
The complexity of federal and state employment laws is intimidating for wage earners, executives and business leaders alike. How do you know if a workplace injustice is illegal? What evidence is needed to prove that employment discrimination or sexual harassment occurred — and is your case worth pursuing? As a business leader, what must you do to ensure compliance and insulate your company from costly, disruptive litigation?
At Cornell & Associates PA in Weston, we explore and answer questions like these every working day for clients in the Fort Lauderdale metro area; throughout Broward, Dade and Palm Beach counties; and elsewhere in Florida. Attorney G. Ware Cornell, Jr.. has tried approximately 200 cases in employment law and other areas of civil litigation, and he has been a Board-Certified Civil Trial Specialist, as recognized by the Florida Bar, since 1984.
Rely On Decades Of Experience And Perspective In This Pivotal Time
Our legal team’s knowledge and experience cover claims of workplace discrimination against members of protected classes, sexual harassment on the job, denials of employee rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA claims), libel and much more. We also review noncompete agreements, separation packages offered to executives and other employment contracts, and we provide ongoing and situational counsel for many South Florida employers.
Established Strengths In Personal Injury And Other Forms Of Civil Litigation
Attorney Ware Cornell’s track record in civil litigation also includes many successes in personal injury cases arising from car accidents, the use of dangerous and defective products, and acts of medical malpractice. In all we do, we emphasize comprehensive analysis, clear guidance and responsiveness for clients, and total preparation for trial.
Don’t Wait And Worry · Learn Your Options And Protect Your Rights
If you believe you have been fired illegally or that an employer has otherwise violated your rights, prompt action can be critical. Before you sign a restrictive employment agreement or accept a separation package, turn to our legal team for analysis and advice. If you need a practical, respected Florida employment lawyer to help you develop sound policies and make key decisions, call 954-271-0554 or email us and request a consultation.