New York employment law firm helps discriminated employees across all of New York State. It has even helped some small employers facing litigation.
For employment discrimination matters, phone calls always beat texts or emails.
Please complete the form. But know that no chat or text will ever replace a phone conference with an employment lawyer. Employment discrimination claims depend heavily on facts. And no chat, text, or form can replace a one-on-one phone conference with an employment lawyer.
I’m Jonas Urba, a New York employment lawyer here with Employment Law Reality Check. I’m going to talk about texting versus phone calls. It’s very important for you to call lawyers, not just text us. Because in a couple of minutes we can determine whether you need to talk to us, whether we can refer you to another attorney, or whether we need to dig a little bit deeper. We can probably answer your questions very quickly and if you have an issue which requires attention we can get to the really important facts. Employment law is all about facts and if you don’t have the facts right up front your case is probably not going to go very well. Call some employment lawyers, call me, I’m Jonas Urba, I serve the entire state of New York and I can be reached at (212) 731-4776. Attorney Advertising.
Jonas limits his practice to employment law.
He was first licensed to practice law in 1988. He permanently relocated to New York and practices exclusively in New York since 2011.
He is admitted to all of New York’s federal district courts. He was first admitted to the Southern District of New York in 2014 and to all other districts by 2020.
He handles matters before the State’s Division of Human Rights across New York State.
Urba Law PLLC’s principal office is at 295 Madison Ave. 12th FL, New York, New York 10017. It serves the entire state of New York including all places in between Buffalo and New York City. Severance agreement and restrictive covenant reviews welcomed, usually for flat fees https://urbaemploymentlaw.com/restrictive-covenants-and-noncompetition-agreements-in-ny/