As an employee, you have several key rights outlined in both federal and state law. When your employer is mistreating you, we can hold them accountable and provide you with the compensation you need to move forward with your life and your career.

Sexual Harassment & Hostile Work EnvironmentSexual Harassment & Hostile Work Environment

As an employee, you have the right to be free from sexual harassment in the workplace. You also have the right to be free from a hostile work environment based on your age, race, religion, national origin, gender, or gender identity.

When your rights have been violated, The Howley Law Firm can help you hold your employer accountable for the damages you’ve suffered. We’ll listen to your concerns, review your employment records, and discuss whether you have a valid claim. Contact us today to get the compensation and justice you deserve.

Employment DiscriminationEmployment Discrimination

As an employee, you have the right to work in an environment when you are not discriminated against based on protected characteristics such as age, sex, disability, race, religion, or national origin.

At The Howley Law Firm, we believe in advocating for the rights of employees throughout New York. We can help you hold your employer accountable for the damages you’ve suffered, including your lost wages and career advancement opportunities. Contact us today to protect your right to fair and just treatment.

Family and Medical Leave Act RightsFamily and Medical Leave Act Rights

Passed in 1993, the Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA) gives eligible employees job-protected leave that can be used to care for their own health issues or those of an eligible family member. However, employers often violate FMLA by denying leave, failing to provide benefits, or interfering with an employee’s return to work.

The Howley Law Firm can help you hold your employer accountable for the damages you’ve suffered due to the violation of your FMLA rights. Contact us today to schedule a consultation to discuss your claim.

Unpaid Wages and OvertimeUnpaid Wages and Overtime

Unlawful deductions, shortened hours, minimum wage violations, and miscalculated overtime pay are just a few of the ways unethical employers can deny employees their full wages. When your paycheck comes up short, this leaves you scrambling to pay your living expenses.

The Howley Law Firm is committed to advocating for the rights of employees who’ve experienced wage theft. We’ll help you untangle the complicated web of laws and regulations that govern your wages and overtime so that you can be paid fairly. Schedule a consultation to discuss your claim with one of our dedicated attorneys.