I specialize in employment litigation and counseling on behalf of employers and... more
I specialize in employment litigation and counseling on behalf of employers and management. I assist clients with wage and hour issues, hiring and firing practices, wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, leaves of absence and performance management. I also conduct trainings and seminars for HR managers and company supervisors. I write articles and do press interviews as well.
ALEX J. HIGGINS has successfully represented both employees and employers in... more
ALEX J. HIGGINS has successfully represented both employees and employers in discrimination, retaliation and reasonable accommodation cases.In addition to his trial work, his practice involves negotiation of employment agreements, review of severance agreements, and non-competes. He served as Chair of the King County Bar Association, Labor Employment Section in 2004. From 2003-2006, he was sel... view profile
Maryam Karson has been a practicing attorney since January 2003. She worked full-... more
Maryam Karson has been a practicing attorney since January 2003. She worked full-time during law school and graduated Magna Cum Laude, in the top 5% of her class. In 2004, Maryam was selected to the Order of the Coif. During law school, she was distinguished for obtaining the highest grades in her class in Contracts, Writing Research, Advanced Legal Writing, and Criminal Law. Maryam pra... view profile
I represent employees who've been wrongfully fired because the loss of income only... more
I represent employees who've been wrongfully fired because the loss of income only one part of their damages. When we introduce ourselves, we say things like, "Hi, I'm Joan. I'm a lawyer" or "Hi, I'm Joe, I'm a carpenter." Our jobs are part of our identity, so when an employer fires an employee, the employee's sense of self is also lost.
I am an employment law attorney who represents employees in disputes with their... more
I am an employment law attorney who represents employees in disputes with their current or former employers. Our firm specializes in the representation of employees in high tech, biotech, and other sophisticated industries, and focuses on cases alleging harassment and discrimination (based on sex, race, national origin, religion, disability, and sexual orientation), "whistleblower" cases involv... view profile
Stuart W. Davidson has represented labor unions and employee benefit plans since... more
Stuart W. Davidson has represented labor unions and employee benefit plans since graduating from Harvard Law school in 1982. Stuart began his legal career by successfully defending the pension rights of state employees in a case that was ultimately decided by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. During Stuarts legal career, he has been involved in representing a wide range of union workers, incl... view profile
In his personal time Weston is an avid amateur squash competitor and adventure... more
In his personal time Weston is an avid amateur squash competitor and adventure seeker. He was married in Greece and honeymooned in Egypt. He has summitted Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Whitney, and Mount Rainier. He has trekked to Machu Picchu and descended Mount Rainier's snow field on a snowboard. He is certified by U.S. Squash as a Level 1 squash coach and club referee.
Brian Spitz is the founding and managing attorney of The Spitz Law Firm, LLC. In... more
Brian Spitz is the founding and managing attorney of The Spitz Law Firm, LLC. In 1997, Brian graduated from Case Western Reserve University with honors. At that time, Brian began gaining extensive trial and litigation experience at some of the most respected law firms in Cleveland. In 2007, Brian took his passion for vigorously representing his clients and directed it into founding The Spitz La... view profile
Dedicated to helping you with your employment situation. I help employees get their... more
Dedicated to helping you with your employment situation. I help employees get their lives back when treated unfairly by employers, and employers accused of wrongdoing. Call for a free, no-obligation consultation. 484-734-0378.
Employment attorneys focus on the many laws concerning the relationship between employers and employees. If you feel your employer has treated you wrongly as an employee, or if you're an employer who needs to terminate an unsatisfactory employee, you may benefit from the services of an employment attorney. Some professionals, such as teachers, policemen, and pilots, belong to labor unions, which have specific negotiation and labor law procedures that protect union members. A labor attorney will know which laws apply to your particular situation and how you can take advantage of the laws to protect your rights.