Representing Employees Throughout Colorado

Whistleblower

Retaliatory Discharge

Wrongful Discharge

Wage Dispute/Theft

Pregnancy Discrimination

Qui Tam

Employment Discrimination

Family Leave and Medical Act (FLMA)

Americans with Disabilities Act

Sexual Harassment

Wage Claim Act

Hostile Work Place Environment

Denver Colorado Employment Law Attorney

Colorado Employment Law Defense Attorneys

The employment attorneys at Cross Liechty Lane PC offer experienced representation to Denver-metro workers in a wide range of employment law matters. We assist with litigation relating to a host of state and federal employment law matters, including:

Americans with Disabilities Act

Employment Discrimination

Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

Hostile Work Place Environment

Partnership Breakup

Pregnancy Discrimination

Qui Tam

Retaliatory Discharge

Sexual Harassment

Wage Claim Act

Wage Disputes/Wage Theft

Whistleblower

Wrongful Discharge

If you are seeking the assistance of an employment law attorney,  contact Robert M. Liechty, PC, at our Denver, Colorado, office, call 303-333-4122.

Title VII, ADA, ADEA

Discrimination claims under the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), ADEA (Age Discrimination in Employment Act) and Title VII are the most common causes of employment law disputes. Pursuant to Title VII, an individual may bring a cause of action for discrimination based on race, gender, religion or national origin. Gender discrimination under Title VII includes claims for sexual harassment (quid pro quo or hostile work environment).

To avoid lawsuits for alleged violations of these and other employment laws, there are a number of important steps employers must take, including the use of correct training procedures, required postings, investigation procedures for employee complaints, and appropriate hiring, promotion and termination policies.

Wrongful Termination Lawyer

If an employee has filed or threatened to file a cause of action in state or federal court, it is important to retain an attorney to protect his or her rights and interests. The attorneys at our firm have 50 years of collective legal experience and decades of litigation experience. If your company needs experienced counsel on any employment matter, our attorneys can help.

Employment Law Attorney

To contact an employment law attorney at Robert M. Liechty, PC, call our Denver office at (303) 830-0500 or contact us online.

As experienced negotiators and trial lawyers, we believe our experience as plaintiff’s counsel and defense counsel offers a distinct advantage to the individual and corporate clients we serve. Our ability to see complex litigation matters from the perspective of plaintiff and defendant allows us to quickly analyze the strengths and weaknesses of each case and to anticipate the arguments of opposing counsel.

We Help With Severance Packages and Employment Contracts

Are you an employee in Colorado who has been treated unfairly by your employer? Sometimes, people know that they have been treated unfairly, but they do not know if they have a legal remedy. At Robert M. Liechty, PC, in Denver, Colorado, we understand that people have many questions about their rights.
We offer a free consultation to employees who feel they have been treated unfairly. We will discuss your case over the phone to learn more about it, and if we feel that we can help we will invite you to our office to learn more. To contact a lawyer at our Denver office, call (303) 830-0500.

Discrimination, Wrongful Discharge, Sexual Harassment

Our attorneys have extensive knowledge of state and federal laws that protect employees. Employment laws like the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), ADEA (Age Discrimination in Employment Act), Title VII and the FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) provide powerful remedies to employees who have been treated unfairly. These and other laws protect employees from discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender and national origin. Title VII also provides protection against sexual harassment, as it constitutes a form of gender-based discrimination.

You Do Not Have to Be Fired to Have a Cause of Action

People often think they have no remedy unless they have been fired or discharged from employment. This is not true. Employment laws prohibit discrimination in the terms of employment, which can include discrimination involved in a promotion, demotion, pay scale, job duties or other job-related terms of employment. If you have been treated unfairly, it is best to contact an attorney to determine if you may have a cause of action.

Retaliation/Whistleblower Claims

Sometimes, employers discriminate against employees for making complaints or taking legal actions. An employer may not discriminate against you for making a valid complaint of sexual harassment or discrimination. There are other types of protected employee actions for which an employer may not engage in retaliation. If you believe you have faced unfair retaliation, it is best to contact a lawyer to determine your rights.

Contact Us

If you have suffered race discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment, religious discrimination, wrongful discharge or another unfair employment practice, call the skilled Colorado employment law attorneys at Robert M. Liechty, PC at (303) 830-0500, or contact us by e-mail

Robert M. Liechty

Attorney at Law

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