I have a complaint filed by two employees and need help with it
I am certain there is an AVVO qualified attorney available to assist you with these matters. While our office could help, I expect there are additional attorneys, closer to your location to assist. Most AVVO qualified attorneys will provide and initial consultation without charge. While I do not know present status, time may be critical.
Unfortunately this Q&A board is not the place to solicit an attorney to assist you. No one here can ethically respond to you with a "hire me" response. Check out the Find a Lawyer part of this site. Just do so quickly. Depending on the kind of complaint you have received you a very short time to locate an attorney you think will be good for your company, engage that attorney, and allow that attorney enough time to file an appropriate response.
Good luck to you.
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Some employment law attorneys only take plaintiff/employee cases and others only take employer cases. Some of us take either side since we understand both sides of employment law claims and defenses. You can find many experienced employment law attorneys on Avvo.com. You can see their Avvo client and peer reviews and you may also want to check Yelp.com and attorneys' websites. Many of us offer phone consultations for convenience. You will need to provide information about the claims as well as facts regarding the employee claims. Find contact info on Avvo.com.
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