I'm considering consulting an employment attorney, and would like to know what I should look for to know they're a good one.
Employment / Labor Attorney
There are many, many considerations. Years in practice, years in practice in employment law, experience with your type of case, staff support, location, reputation, record of discipline, time available, interest in your case, rapport, law school, employment history, your gut feeling, and more.
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