St. Paul Employment Attorney
Free Consultations Throughout Minnesota
Have you been discriminated against or mistreated by your supervisor or your employer? Is Human Resources not responding to your complaints? Some bosses think they can get away with their illegal actions simply because they sign your paycheck. But the law is the real boss.
Labor laws have the last word on what an employer can and can't do, and how they should treat their workers. Your employer cannot fire you for taking time off to care for your medical needs or for your loved one. He or she cannot deny you promotion or fair pay because of your race, gender, age, or national origin. If you have experienced workplace discrimination, speak with your HR office first. Then have Capitol City Law Group, LLC step in to help.
Why Choose Our Employment Lawyers?
- 30+ years’ shared, trial-tested experience
- We’re backed by an impressive track record
- Zealous, practical, and insightful advocacy
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We Stand Up for Your Employee Rights
At Capitol City Law Group, LLC, we believe that your job is more than a paycheck - it is a source of your pride and dignity. We understand that you may be afraid of retaliation or you may even be worried about how your boss will react.
Our St. Paul employment attorneys are ready to protect you and to make sure that your employer does not trample all over your rights. We are known as fierce workers' rights advocates, and we work hard to deliver progressive solutions that benefit our clients and workplaces all across the state of Minnesota.
We regularly represent plaintiffs who have experienced a violation of their workplace legal rights. Whether in state, federal or appeals court, we are ready to be your legal advocate from start to finish.
Speak with Our St. Paul Employment Lawyers
We offer all potential clients a free case evaluation, in person or over the phone. During this half-hour discussion, we can review the facts related to your case and provide our honest opinion of your case and what you can expect from our representation. We also educate you on your rights and what is at stake here. If you have any written evidence or support of your claims, we encourage you to bring this to our office.
Contact our office at (651) 419-3615 to discuss your employment dispute.