An Experienced Business Litigation Attorney On Your Side
Your company may have been challenged by a disgruntled employee or may have reasons to bring a claim against a libelous or dishonest worker. Whether you as an employer are in the position of a defendant or plaintiff, a well-documented position can be vital to your business’s continued health. A litigator with diverse experience can be your most important ally.
At Sorensen Law Group, P.C., employer clients find the good ideas, strong convictions and skillful approaches that get results. Mr. Sorensen’s wealth of experience at previous law firms strengthens what he has to offer today’s clients of his own law firm. He understands the many moving parts that a legal claim or lawsuit can have and how pivotal the outcome can be to an employer. Your company’s bottom line and reputation are worthy of protection. With Mr. Sorensen as a confident advocate for your business in employment litigation, you can look forward to putting a dispute in the rear-end mirror without unnecessary delays.
Types Of Disputes Handled: A Sampling
New challenges emerge regularly for employers. The following are areas of litigation for which Sorensen Law Group, P.C. is prepared to represent your company vigorously:
- Wrongful termination claims brought by former employees
- Sexual harassment claims brought forth by current or past employees
- Age discrimination claims by employees who believe their ages have determined their treatment on the job
- Discrimination claims on the basis of race, national origin or religion
- Discrimination claims having to do with sex, gender, gender expression or sexual orientation
- Discrimination on the basis of a physical or mental disability or a medical condition
- Wage and hour class actions in state and federal courts
- Legal action by employers against employees regarding unethical disclosure of trade secrets
This list is not meant to be exhaustive. In every litigation matter, Sorensen Law Group, P.C. strives to strike a healthy balance between preserving a company’s strengths and fighting to win. Some disputes do not reach the courtroom, but rather, are resolved through administrative hearings, mediation or arbitration.