Do I Have a Case?
Nationwide WARN Act Litigation Law Firm
Plant Shut Down Attorney-Mass Layoff Attorney
The WARN Act was passed by Congress in 1988. Since 1997, the attorneys at Lankenau & Miller have been representing claimants in federal class action suits. We represent clients in all 50 states of the nation. We are often asked to be co-counsel for employment and bankruptcy law firms in WARN Act suits. Our attorneys are highly knowledgeable in WARN Act claims. We have litigated in over 40 states. We are intimately knowledgeable on state bankruptcy laws that relate to the WARN Act.
The best way to know if you have a WARN Act claim is to contact a nationwide WARN lawyer at Lankenau & Miller.
Questions to Consider
- Did you receive 60 day notification from your employer regarding a plant closing or mass layoff?
- Did you receive reduced notice providing a valid explanation?
- Did you receive a waiver agreement?
- Did you receive severance pay?
- Did you work part-time at the plant? Were you supposed to receive notice?
- Do you have rights as a seasonal employee?
- Did the company you were working for go bankrupt?
- What other entities may be liable to you?
We urge you to contact a WARN Act and factory shut down attorney at Lankenau & Miller. We will review your concerns, get the specific details regarding your case, and give you a fair assessment regarding the outcome of your case.
If you have been let go from your job as part of a mass layoff or plant closing without 60 days written notice, you may have rights under the WARN Act.