Houston Business Litigation Attorney
Employees need to always be aware of unfair or harmful business practices
implemented by their employers. From multimillion dollar corporations
to small, privately owned businesses, violations of Texas’s employment
laws can happen at any time and often go unnoticed or undisputed. If you
or someone you know has an employment litigation related issue,
contact a Houston business litigation attorney from Patterson, P.C. today.
Why you should trust our firm with your employment litigation case:
Texas is a “Right-to-Work” State
Employment litigation issues in Texas can be particularly troublesome for
individuals seeking justice after their employer has done them wrong due
to the fact that Texas is a “right-to-work” state. While this
may sound as if the employee has certain rights to find fair employment,
it is often referred to by legal professionals and employment grounds
as a “right-to-be-fired” state, as the legislation prohibits
union security agreements. This means that an employer can penalize their
employees however they see fit and no union group can step between them.
not mean that employees have no options when seeking legal remedy.
Far-reaching Employment Law
For every aspect and rule at your workplace, you can be sure that there
is a form of employment law and litigation that controls it. To this end,
employment litigation can be incredibly complex to the average American
worker but it also means that you likely have a multitude of rights of
which you were never aware. No matter what is going on at your job, if
you think there might be some sort of violation at hand, let Patterson,
P.C. and our Houston employment litigation attorney know.
We would be honored to provide representation for your case involving:
- Arbitration clauses
- Breach of employment contracts
- Discrimination against a protected class
- Non-compete agreements
- Sexual harassment
- Wrongful termination
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Texas State has strict statutes of limitations in place to that will prevent
an employee from filing an employment law claim if too much time transpires.
In most cases and those involving some form of discrimination, the claim
must be created with the state within 180 days of the first incident of
issue, and within 300 days when filing your claim with the federal government.
It is imperative that you speak to our Houston employment law attorney
today to rebalance the scales and unstack the odds that were tipping in
initial consultation today to use your right to seek legal counsel.