Labor & Employment Attorney for McKinney & All Collin County
Lucé Evans Law handles all phases of labor and employment law litigation. Our employment lawyers handle complex cases in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies, arbitration tribunals, and mediators.
Dedicated Labor & Employment Lawyers in Collin County
Our labor lawyers offer extensive experience and familiarity with Collin County and Dallas County courts, judges, and local county officials. Our trial lawyers have earned an excellent reputation because of their tenacity, trial advocacy skills, creativity and integrity. Let us assist you with our labor and employment legal services.
Some of Our Labor & Employment Law Services
- Employment tort disputes
- Contract and business tort disputes involving all sorts of projects—from basic to highly complex
- Eminent domain and right-of-way acquisition
- Constitutional tort litigation on behalf of officers, trustees or other officials
- First Amendment litigation
- Bid protests
- Open Meetings, Public Information Act, and FOIA disputes
- L&E policy and procedure development and compliance, “best practices”
- Employment contracts (e.g, restrictive covenants, bonus plans, arbitration provisions, confidentiality, work product)
- Advice and counseling on HR issues, including Family Medical Leave Act, disability, termination, hiring, etc.
- Internal investigations of alleged misconduct or illegal activity
- Compliance audit reviews or other preventative practices and counseling (the highly regulated field of employment law necessitates being proactive to protect and prevent, such as wage and hour classification systems)
Common Questions About Labor and Employment Law
Discrimination can occur in the way you are treated in the workplace, even via workplace policies that have been put in place. If your employer is treating you differently than others, it is possible you are being discriminated against.
If any wages are still owed after contract termination, contact Lucé Evans Law for help. Our employment attorneys can file a claim for unpaid wages and ensure you get any payments that are due.
It varies based on the facts and circumstances of each situation, can be impacted by what a signed employment contract says, and can also be impacted by other variables. In some cases you might have 180 days to file a claim after the wrongful termination. This may be extended to 300 days if the discrimination is prohibited by law. To determine the accurate statute of limitations that applies specifically to your claim/situation, contact our attorneys as soon as possible if you are considering making a claim.