Representing Employees Throughout Colorado


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Wrongful Discharge

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Family Leave and Medical Act (FLMA)

Americans with Disabilities Act

Sexual Harassment

Wage Claim Act

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Thank you for visiting our employment law website. In the employment law practice at Robert M. Liechty, PC, we focus on informing you and helping you. Collectively, the attorneys in our firm have tried hundreds of cases since the 1980s and, if it is the right choice for you, we will see your case through to the end.
Since you are on this site, you probably have a problem with your employment. Many of you will have spoken with friends or relatives about what they have heard the law may or may not allow. Employment law is difficult and our job, first, is to educate you in how the law may, or may not, protect you. We are here to answer your questions and to give you options. If we believe that your best option is not through the legal system, we will advise you of this so that you do not waste your energy and time.

Colorado Whistleblower, Sexual Harassment, Pregnancy Discrimination, FMLA and ADA Attorney

Losing your job, or being demoted or harassed at work, is stressful. Often, you will have a family to care for or you may feel depressed and abused by your work situation. On top of this, you may feel overwhelmed by the system. The system can be abusive because it is not illegal for an employer to make an unwise business move, even if this may create a hostile work environment for you.

However, in many situations we can use the law to help you. For example:

  • If you were retaliated against because you were a whistleblower, we can help you.
  • If your employer sexually abused you, we can help you.
  • If you were terminated because you were pregnant, we can help you.
  • If you were mistreated because you took medical leave, we can help you.
  • If your employer did not accommodate your disability, we can help you.

Employment Law Attorney Colorado • Working For You

We cannot promise success in every case – we can only promise our best effort to stand by you and to support you. Year in and year out, approximately half the cases that go to trial in Colorado will be won by the employee. However, that means that half of them will be lost. Statistics show that although a greater number of cases settle, the average settlement amount is about 20% the amount of the average trial victory. Of course, there are numerous factors that decide what strategy you will take—we have been in the business long enough to advise you on the various options you have as your case develops.

Creating Severance Packages and Protecting Whistleblowers

Some employment law attorneys work exclusively for employers. Others represent only the rank and file in matters of discrimination and fair treatment. At Cross Liechty Lane, we have elected to do quality work for both sides of the equation. We do this for two reasons:

  • First, both sides in any dispute have rights and are entitled to quality representation.
  • Second, working both sides of the law keeps us sharp and reminds us of the legitimate needs and interests of both sides.

Our lawyers offer a free consultation to employees who feel they have been treated unfairly.

Do you have an employment law issue? Call Denver employment attorney Robert Liechty, PC at (303) 830-0500.

Robert M. Liechty

Attorney at Law

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