Employment Law

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Employment Law

Why should I hire a wrongful dismissal or employment law attorney?

There are many ways in which employers try to deprive their employees of proper wages. You can call 870-729-7989 to speak with a lawyer about whether you are receiving proper compensation. You may be entitled to double damages plus attorney fees.

Our attorneys have recovered money for:

  • -plant and factory workers who must appear 15 minutes early pre-shift and are not paid for set up time
  • -managers in any industry who do not manage any people
  • -workers paid a day rate no matter how many hours they work
  • -healthcare workers who are paid hourly, but not paid time and a half for overtime
  •  -restaurant workers who are paid less than minimum wage without a tip credit

Discrimination, Harassment  Wrongful Dissmissal &  termination

Discrimination, Harassment Wrongful Dissmissal & termination

Disputes Over Pay

Disputes Over Pay

Employment Document review and alternatives

Employment Document review and alternatives

Laws protect against being fired for your age, race, gender, reporting illegal or unethical behavior and many other reasons.  Companies across the country regularly are held accountable for wrongfully terminating employees.  Thousands of complaints are filed each month.  You can call 501.891.6000 or text us by clicking here to speak with a wrongful dismissal lawyer about whether you are entitled to compensation.

Discrimination, Harassment and Wrongful Dismissal and Termination

Wrongful termination

If you believe you were wrongfully dismissed or fired by your employer, we can work for you. Wrongful termination means a violation of any law that protects employment.

Discrimination, harassment, and retaliation

Federal and state and local laws entitle employees to fair and equitable employment opportunities, pay, and working conditions regardless of factors such as age, race, religion, nationality, disability, pregnancy, gender, or sexual orientation. If you have been subject to discriminatory treatment based on these or other protected characteristics, call us to discuss your legal options and available compensation for your injuries with our experienced attorneys.

Sexual harassment

We know that sexual harassment in the workplace remains as rampant as it is underreported, and our we approach each client’s case with sensitivity and compassion as well as zealous representation of your rights. Whether your situation involves unwanted sexual advances or coercion by a supervisor or co-worker, inappropriate or threatening actions by an outsider, development of a hostile work environment, or another form of sexual misconduct in your workplace, we can help put an end to unlawful harassment and seek financial compensation for your mistreatment.

Disputes Over Pay – Wage and Hour Disputes

We represent individual employees in compensation disputes as well as groups of employees in wage and hour class action litigation involving issues such as overtime violations, misclassification of employees as exempt versus non-exempt or as independent contractors, commission-based compensation plans, expense reimbursement, and violations of laws concerning meal and rest breaks. Our attorneys are well-versed in the many federal, state, and local laws requiring employers to pay you in full and on time-as well as how to enforce them.

Employment Document Review and Alternatives

Separation agreements

If you have been presented with a separation or severance agreement by your employer, we can review your agreement to ensure you understand its terms and their consequences, make certain your rights are protected, and work to identify and smartly negotiate more beneficial terms for you.

Pre-termination issues

We advise clients whose jobs may be in jeopardy for many reasons, or who may wish to plan for separating from their current employment on the most favorable terms possible. Sound legal counsel can make a major difference in the outcome of your employment separation and your future employment prospects. We can help you approach your situation smartly, counseling you “behind the scenes” or negotiating directly with your employer on your behalf to make sure your interests are protected.

Public employment/civil service

We regularly represent city, county, state, and federal workers in employment issues of all kinds, including internal investigations, disciplinary hearings, and terminations. We are experienced and knowledgeable in the often complex and difficult administrative systems and their related procedural rules involved in representing clients employed in the public sector.

Alternative dispute resolution

Where a lawsuit is not the best way to achieve your goals, we will help you resolve your dispute outside of the courtroom as well. Our attorneys have extensive experience in alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation and arbitration in employment and labor disputes of all kinds.

Employment Law Blog

Can I be fired if I have a medical marijuana card?

Many Arkansas medical marijuana cardholders have questions about whether they can be fired. The answer is that the Arkansas Constitution protects all medical marijuana cardholders from being fired for having a medical marijuana card. However, this is increasingly an issue. Many do not understand the law. According to this article in Arkansas Business, “there were…

Jun 2 2021


Can I take off from work if I or a family member gets the coronavirus?

If you or a family member have the coronavirus, there is a federal law called the Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA)  that allows a qualified employee to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave within a 12-month period if they or an immediate family member requires care for a “serious health condition.” The…

Aug 14 2020


What can I do as an unemployed restaurant worker during the coronavirus?

What can I do as an unemployed restaurant worker during the coronavirus? If you were a restaurant or service industry worker who is now unemployed, please first apply for unemployment assistance. You can do so here: https://www.ezarc.adws.arkansas.gov/ To be eligible, you must be: Unemployed, Physically and mentally able to perform suitable work, Available for suitable…

Apr 1 2020


Should I have an attorney review my small business contract?

wh Law frequently reviews vendor and sale contracts for family-owned and small businesses.  We do so to ensure that the contract is clear and to ensure that the contract actually provides protections for you. In addition, wh Law drafts contracts for employers looking to provide contracts to their employees. In doing so, wh Law draws…

Dec 2 2019