Employment Law Attorneys – Employee Rights Lawyers
Defending Employees’ Rights throughout the U.S.
|Our firm has achieved favorable verdicts or settlements in more than 95 percent of our cases. We have obtained multimillion-dollar settlements in complex group actions.|
We are employment lawyers who aggressively defend the rights of white-collar workers, from CEOs to entry level staff.
For nearly 30 years, Huizenga & Hergt, P.C., has helped create, advance, and protect employee rights against some of the largest and most powerful Fortune 500 corporations in this country.
For a consultation, contact the employment law attorneys at Huizenga & Hergt, P.C., today. We have successfully represented thousands of employees in more than 25 states throughout the U.S. in a broad range of legal matters. We would like to help you, too.
As labor lawyers who represent only employees, our employment law attorneys defend your rights in workplace discrimination cases. Age discrimination, severance agreements, corporate downsizing, race, sex and handicap discrimination are all areas in which we have extensive experience and have successfully defended employees' rights.
We have developed a reputation for championing the cause of white-collar workers who have been fired or reorganized out of a job.
Our attorneys specialize in these areas of law:
- Employment discrimination
- Separation agreements / releases
- Sexual harassment
- Wrongful discharge
- Whistleblower and public policy
- False Claims Act (FCA)
- Family and medical leave act
- Workforce reduction / corporate downsizing
- Commission sales violations
- Non-compete agreements
- Bonus agreements
- Personnel records
- Executive severance packages
- Americans working overseas for U.S. corporations
- Employment contract analysis
- Executive Employment Agreement
- National Employment Law Firm
- Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Our firm has lobbied Congress by providing information and testimony to amend employment and labor laws that do not adequately protect employees who are over 40 years of age. Members of the firm have served as speakers for legal organizations on the subject of wrongful discharge and employment discrimination. We have also been called upon by various news agencies to comment on employment litigation and to provide legal analysis in the field of employment law.
From our offices in the historic Penobscot Building in Detroit, Michigan, our firm has represented clients in the following states: Arizona, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.