Everett, WA Labor and Employment Law Attorneys
The attorneys at the Snohomish County, Washington, Deno Millikan Law Firm have represented employees and employers in the region for over 30 years. We know the evolving employment law environment.
We represent employees and employers in internal investigations, administrative hearings, professional licensing matters and arbitrations, wrongful termination, harassment and discrimination disputes, wage and hour, and unemployment matters. Our firm also provides sound legal advice and effective advocacy in individual contracts, shareholder disputes, and non-competition, severance and confidentiality agreements.
We provide efficient and cost-effective representation in the litigation of labor and employment law matters, including:
- Harassment and employment discrimination lawsuits based on gender, age, national origin or religion
- Wrongful termination
- Wage or hour disputes
- Accusations of employer retaliation and whistleblower claims
- Breach of contract and noncompetition or nondisclosure contract violations
- FMLA compliance
In addition to the resolution of employment disputes, our firm also provides legal guidance in human resources procedures and practices, such as reviewing hiring practices and employee handbooks, in order to limit employers’ legal exposure to employment discrimination or unlawful discharge actions.
If you have a workplace or employment problem and need the sound legal advice and the cost-efficient representation of an accomplished employment discrimination lawyer, contact our offices in Everett, Washington, today to schedule a confidential assessment of your current legal position.
Our regular business hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays.
Employment and Labor Law
Discrimination and harassment claims
Wage and Hour disputes
Breach of contract, breach of non-competition or nondisclosure agreements
Performance Improvement Plans Last chance agreements
Employee severance agreements
Protecting adverse action against professional licensing and employee status