Unions were created to give workers a stronger voice when it came to negotiating with companies. Unfortunately, some businesses discourage workers from joining unions and may even discriminate against or harass those who join them. Additionally, some union leaders fail act in the best interests of the workers.
If you are facing any of these issues, Levine & Blit is here to help. Our NYC firm represents employees facing a variety of complex labor issues. Whether you are in a union or otherwise believe your labor rights were violated, our labor lawyers can assist you.
Why should you choose Levine & Blit?
Were you let down by your union? Has your company has made it difficult for you to be part of a union? Contact a labor attorney in NYC at (212) 967-3000 to get started.
Protect your rights as a worker. We help New York employees navigate through cases involving employment contract disputes, restrictive covenants, misrepresentation, workplace harassment, wrongful termination, occupational injury, and wage violations. We will help you get the severance package and fair workplace conditions that you are entitled to as a worker.
If you face any of these issues, Levine & Blit is here to help. Our labor lawyers can assist you whether you are in a union or believe your labor rights were violated.
If you have problems related to unpaid wages, occupational safety, wage theft, sexual harassment, or unfair working conditions – we can help you.
Were you let down by your union? Has your company made it difficult for you to be part of a union? Call our New York employment and labor attorneys at (212) 967-3000 to protect your interests under federal law and New York state law.
As one of the premier labor and employment law firms in New York City, Levine & Blit is well-qualified to help. We protect workers like you. Our union lawyers bring more than 100 years of combined legal experience to the table.
Levine & Blit represents workers in cases involving:
With Levine & Blit, no case is too small or too big. We have represented the biggest New York employers as well as construction workers, nail salon workers, fast food workers, grocery workers, union members, and other minimum wage workers. We provide employees peace of mind when they need it the most.
Do you have a case related to the presence of workplace safety hazards, unwanted sexual contact, domestic violence, or human trafficking? Got questions about your employment contract, safety measures, severance pay, jury duty leave, overtime pay, paid family leave, and paid sick leave? Call our New York labor laws and employment attorneys today at (212) 967-3000.
With a better understanding of U.S. labor laws, you can determine if you are being treated unfairly. The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), which protects workplace democracy; the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), which deals with wage and hour laws; and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), which allows employees to take unpaid, job-protected leave for specified family and medical reasons, were all created to protect your rights as a laborer.
Please note that the NLRA does not cover agricultural and domestic workers, public-sector employees, independent contractors, family workers, workers in active military service, or employees of air and rail carriers. Got questions about the NLRA coverage? Then call us today!
With a better understanding of U.S. labor laws, you can determine if you are being treated unfairly. Below, our New York City labor law attorneys provide a list of some of these violations. The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and other labor legislation were created to protect your rights as a laborer.
Some employer practices considered unlawful by the NLRA include:
Some union practices considered unlawful by the NLRA include:
Federal law and New York State Labor Law allow employees to seek relief and file a discrimination case against their employer. If you think your labor rights have been violated, our experienced litigators can defend clients before various administrative agencies such as the New York State Department of Labor and many others.