Our process is straightforward. We strive to provide cost-effective, honest, and direct representation. If we take your case, you will work directly with Mr. Passero, who will lean on his significant experience in the field of employment and labor law. Below is a synopsis of our process. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
We receive calls for a variety of reasons. An employee may be owed overtime or a bonus, faced with discrimination or harassment, or fear retaliation for having complained about an employer’s unlawful practices. Or, an employee may simply want help from an experienced employment attorney reviewing and negotiating a severance agreement, employment agreement, or non-compete agreement. Either way, employment matters involve fact-intensive issues that require careful consideration from an experienced professional.
Consultations are an opportunity for you to tell your story. However, they are also an opportunity for our firm to analyze what ways, if any, we an help you. Please schedule a consultation with a Chesterfield County Employment Attorney today.
After the consultation, we take a flexible approach to fee arrangements. Each fee arrangement may be different, depending on your matter, your needs, and our assessment of your case.
At Passero Employment Law, your matter will not be handed off to a junior attorney or someone with limited experience in employment law. Mark will work directly with you and lean on his experience as a litigator and counselor. Throughout your representation, you can rely on Mark to provide you with his approach to representation: responsive, thoughtful, and honest communication.
The workplace is subject to a myriad of federal and state laws. Passero Employment Law can guide you or your business through litigation or help you better understand your rights. If you’ve been discriminated against because of your age, sex, sexual orientation, race, disability, religion, national origin, or other protected class, we can help you navigate through your options moving forward. If you are owed wages – overtime, bonus, commissions – we will work with you to determine what you are entitled to under the law and help you recover what you may be owed. If you want to file a lawsuit because you have been retaliated against or wrongfully terminated, or you need an experienced litigator to defend your action, we will fight for the best outcome for you.