Law Offices of Yale Pollack,P.C

Labor Law Attorney Long Island

At work, you should never feel violated or mistreated. Abuse, wrongful termination, and discrimination do, however, happen. We can assist you if you have had an encounter at work that you believe was illegal or violated your rights. Our employment law attorneys in Long Island, New York, are here to assist you.

Yale Pollack Law Office, your Long Island employment lawyer, will fight for the justice you deserve.

Do you believe you’ve been treated unfairly or unequally at work? Allow us to assist you in putting your life back together.

Some businesses believe they have all the cards and can treat employees or job hopefuls in any way they want since you need a job. In the near run, they may appear to have an advantage. Workers are protected by employment regulations from long-term treatment like this.

The specifics of your employment law case will determine what we need to do for you.

In an employment issue, Yale Pollack Law Office will represent you and stand up to your employer (or anyone) who has infringed your rights. Our lawyers take every step possible to ensure that our clients get the best possible results.

Your rights must be completely safeguarded. Our attorney, who is well-versed in state and federal laws and authorities, can help you. Based on the facts of your case, you may be able to seek compensation or other sorts of remedies.

Our top concern is obtaining benefits that you are entitled to and achieving justice in cases of illegal employment discrimination or harassment. We achieve our objective by providing:

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Our team will level the playing field for you, and the law will safeguard you.

New York’s employee-employer relationship is governed by a set of hard-won federal and state-level rules and regulations. Many workers continue to be at a disadvantage when workplace conflicts emerge, notwithstanding rules such as:

  • The Human Rights Law of New York State
  • Title VII of the Civil Rights Act
  • The Fair Labor Standards Act
  • The Occupational Safety and Health Act
  • The False Claims Act

Employees who have been treated unfairly by their employers may have legal recourse. However, it is unlikely that they will have sufficient knowledge of employment law to successfully defend themselves.

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Law Offices of Yale Pollack P.C.

66 Split Rock Road

Syosset, New York 11791

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