South Carolina Labor Law Attorneys
Greenville Discrimination Lawyers: Strong Advocacy for Individuals and Employees
Greenville attorney David Rothstein is a certified specialist in employment and labor law who focuses his practice on providing strong advocacy and representation to employees. Mr. Rothstein provide direct, personal service to his clients, facilitating solutions to a variety of problems. Contact us to learn more.
Non compete Agreements
While non compete agreements are designed to protect the rights of businesses, they can infringe on the rights of employees and keep them from earning a living. We can analyze, negotiate and litigate on behalf of clients in matters of non compete and non solicitation agreements.
Whistleblower and Qui Tam
We support employees in holding public and private organizations accountable for their actions. Qui Tam allows individuals to be rewarded for their role in exposing corruption, fraud and other serious problems, including those impacted by the Federal False Claims Act.
Wage Payment and Overtime Cases
When problems arise with payment of wages, including overtime pay and commissions, we represent the legal rights and interests of employees who need help.
Executive Employment Contracts
We assist executives in reviewing and negotiating contracts that support their best interests and help them protect their careers.
Harassment and Discrimination
We work to protect the rights of employees who have been harassed or discriminated against by an employer, manager or co-worker. Harassment and discrimination in the workplace can take many forms, and we can help address them through legal means.
We represent employees who have been unjustly treated in retaliation for complaints, legal actions, workers’ compensation claims and other actions. If you have been wrongfully terminated or otherwise punished by a retaliatory employer or manager, we may be able to help.
Family Medical Leave Act
The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides federal legal protection to covered employees who need time off from work to attend to important medical and personal issues for themselves or their families. We help employees protect their rights under FMLA.
We review and negotiate severance agreements that protect the interests of employees who are either laid off or separated from employment under certain circumstances.
We work to protect the licenses and livelihoods of South Carolina professionals in numerous fields, offering experience in a variety of regulatory and disciplinary matters before the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation.
Contact South Carolina labor law attorneys Mr. Rothstein for advice about your case.