Workplace Champions Protecting Your Civil Rights ®
The Employment Law Group® law firm is one of the premier employment law firms representing individuals from all over the United States and around the world in EEOC, Sarbanes-Oxley and other whistleblower cases against the government and publicly held U.S. corporations.
The firm's attorneys have a collective 70 plus years of experience litigating on behalf of individuals against employers who disregard government wage and employment laws.
Getting fired, being refused a promotion you worked hard to deserve, not getting paid for regular time or overtime hours you have worked, being denied a benefit claim by your employer, being retaliated against for whistleblowing or being subject to harassment or discrimination in the workplace can be a violation of state and federal employment laws.
State and federal law extends many rights, privileges, and protections to employers, but never at the expense of employees who may suffer illegal abuses or injustices in the name of profits.
Our Clients In Their Own Words
May 2018: TELG client Nathan Davidheiser was revealed as the whistleblower who alerted authorities to the use of substandard concrete on the Silver Line, part of DC’s Metro system · See details
Our firm welcomed the support of the U.S. Department of Justice for a whistleblower lawsuit we filed against the marketer of an opioid spray implicated in 900+ deaths READ MORE
TELG client Sandra Jolley earned $1.6 million for blowing the whistle on Financial Freedom, a company formerly run by Steven Mnuchin — now Treasury Secretary READ MORE
Two of our whistleblower clients — a married couple — won a verdict worth at least $2.1 million after a jury concluded that their employer had fired them illegally
We helped Joseph Ting, a Medicare whistleblower, earn more than $7 million from the settlement of his fraud allegations against 21st Century Oncology
In The News
Supreme Court Offers a Practical Rule on Forced Resignation
Scott Oswald, Managing Principal of The Employment Law Group® law firm, offers clarity - and some pointers - to employees who are forced to quit because of discrimination.
Confused about the new overtime rule?
Nick Woodfield, Principal & General Counsel of The Employment Law Group® law firm, breaks it down into simple steps and makes it easy to understand.