Our NYC Employment Lawyers are available to provide you a free telephone consultation in one of our practice areas. Please call us at (212) 300-0375 and a legal assistant will arrange for you to speak with one of our attorneys at no charge, often immediately. Our initial telephone consultation is always free and confidential with no obligations.
You may also email our office using the “contact us” box found throughout this website. Feel free to include a brief description of your situation and a working contact number. After completing the form, you should hear from one of our lawyers within 24 hours. Please do not send us documents to review, unless we ask you to do so.
Our free initial consultation is by telephone only. We do not give legal advice during the initial consultation. At the end of the initial consultation, we may ask you attend an in-office meeting, or extended virtual meeting (if you are located outside the NYC metro area), also at no charge. The purpose of this meeting is to evaluate your situation further and determine whether we can offer to handle your matter. In-office meetings are by appointment only. For security reasons, we do not accept walk-ins. Our offices are located in Manhattan’s Financial District and are convenient to most major subways.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Consulting, meeting or speaking to one of our lawyers does not mean that we have agreed to represent you in any capacity. In order to be represented by this firm, you and our firm must mutually agree to the representation in a signed written contract known as a retainer agreement.
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