Nationwide WARN Act Attorneys Who Fight For Employees’ Rights
At Lankenau & Miller, LLP, we help employees exercise their rights and advocate for themselves. You deserve to be treated with respect and dignity by your employer. We can help make that a reality.
Located in New York City, We represent people across the country.
WARN Act Litigation Attorneys
Lankenau & Miller, LLP, is located in New York City. We are a prominent, respected and well-known WARN (Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification) Act law firm. Our primary area of practice is protecting the rights of employees under the WARN Act, a federal statute, passed by Congress in 1988. The WARN Act requires that employers provide their employees with 60 days advanced written notice of a mass layoff or plant closing. We have litigated more than 200 WARN Act cases — more than any other firm in the country. We pursue WARN Act violations in any state through collaboration with our network of local attorneys. Our reputation for excellence in this area has had a nationwide impact. Our firm also represents employees across the country in wage/hour claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). These claims arise when employers fail to pay employees the overtime to which they are due because the employer makes them work “off the clock” or improperly claims that they are “exempt” from receiving overtime pay.
We Align Ourselves With Others To Hold Corporations Responsible
We are counsel to the Guild Law Center in Detroit, Michigan. The Guild Law Center is a well-known not-for-profit organization that has testified before Congress on the WARN Act and publishes a treatise on WARN Act litigation. We align ourselves with this reputable nonprofit because we believe employees should be aware of their rights and understand that assistance in protecting those rights is available at no cost.
Our firm never charges any fee unless we obtain a recovery. We also have strong ties with dozens of law firms across the country that assist us in aiding employees who have been wrongfully terminated.
Talk To Us To Discuss Your Rights Under The WARN Act
If you have been let go from your job as part of a mass layoff or plant closing and did not receive 60 days advance written notice, you may have rights under the WARN Act.
Our reach is nationwide. If you are a lawyer in any state and have been approached by a client with a possible WARN Act violation, we can provide you with the tools, resources and knowledge you need to appropriately represent them. Contact our United States WARN Act litigation law firm online or call 212-581-5005 to learn more.
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