Employment Law Attorney – New York & New Jersey
Practice Dedicated Exclusively to Employment Law
In today’s employment climate, employees need help protecting their rights. Laurie E. Morrison is an African American/Black female employment lawyer and employee advocate in New York, New Jersey & across the tri-state area who has successfully representing workers in discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful/unlawful firing cases for almost 2 decades.
Identified as one of the top 100 employment lawyers in the country, attorney Laurie E. Morrison has received many honors for her advocacy on behalf of employees.
Attorney Laurie E. Morrison provides knowledgeable representation to clients who have been subjected to sexual harassment, a hostile work environment, discrimination because of race, religion, age, pregnancy, national origin, or sex (including sexual orientation or gender identity), or who have suffered retaliatory or wrongful termination. She has the experience and resources to represent employees in disputes involving the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, whistleblower retaliation, Workers’ Compensation retaliatory discharge claims, and unemployment compensation, among others.
Attorney Morrison’s dedication to protecting the rights of individual employees translates into close, personal attention to each of her clients. Whether you are a senior executive, mid-level manager, or perform clerical or blue-collar work, attorney Morrison will personally manage your case and make sure you are fully informed about all of your options. It is her goal to always get the best possible result for each and every client.
We can help you with:
- Age Discrimination
- Americans with Disabilities Act Claims
- Compensation Discrimination
- Employment Contracts
- Employment & Labor Law
- Employment Mediation and Arbitration
- Executive Compensation
- Family and Medical Leave Act Claims
- Gender Discrimination
- Gender Identity Discrimination
- Hostile Work Environment
- Non-Compete Agreements
- Pregnancy Discrimination
- Race & Religious Discrimination
- Retaliatory or Wrongful Termination
- Severance Agreements
- Sexual Harassment
- Sexual Orientation Discrimination
- Unemployment Compensation
- Whistleblower Retaliation