Are you being treated unfairly at work? Are you being sexually harassed or bullied? Are you concerned that your employer is getting ready to fire you even though you have been a faithful and dedicated employee with a good work ethic? Businesses regularly seek legal advice regarding employment matters. You need an experienced employment lawyer to help level the playing field. You have important employment related legal rights but working people usually need to take appropriate actions to enforce their rights. Do not wait until your job has been terminated before seeking legal counsel.
We have successfully represented many clients in cases involving:
Family and Medical Leave
We also regularly help clients with employment issues related to:
Wage and Hour Claims
Non-timely Payment of Wages
Independent Contractor Agreements
Covenants Not to Compete
For 30 years, we have helped clients in Oregon who have been treated unfairly or discriminated against in the workplace or that have been subjected to retaliatory conduct because they have complained about it. There are often strict deadlines or time limitations which must be complied with. The sooner you seek legal assistance the better. Employment disputes are generally too complex to analyze in a phone conversation. If you are considering a consultation with an attorney, you may call for a free telephone interview. We charge a fee for most employment related office consultations where we spend at least an hour with the client analyzing potential claims. There is no consultation charge if your job has been terminated and your former employer has not paid all the wages or compensation owed to you within the time limits imposed by the applicable state law.
DISCLAIMER: The Attorneys at Martin, Elliott & Snell, P.C., are licensed to practice in the state of Oregon. Our principal office is located in Tualatin, Oregon. We also have an attorney who is licensed in the state of Washington. The information provided on this website is offered for informational purposes only. It is not offered as legal advice and does not constitute legal advice. Martin, Elliott & Snell, P.C., nor any of its attorneys, does not seek to represent you based upon your visit to or review of this website. This website may be considered advertising under the applicable rules of professional conduct. You should not make legal hiring decisions based upon brochures, advertising, or other promotional materials.
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