When an employee is weighing the pros and cons of suing an employer, he should keep in mind that most court records are easily accessed through the internet. Therefore, the next job search may be difficult. It is just common sense that employers are turned off by employees who sue for harassment, discrimination, unpaid wages, etc.

If possible, hire an attorney to resolve the matter pre-litigation. In the settlement agreement, it is essential to include nondisclosure provisions and a neutral reference letter and neutral reference requirement.


About attorneymcgill

Paula J. McGill is a native New Yorker with 16 years of legal experience. After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania, she spent eight years as an associate with three nationally recognized law firms. After obtaining a wealth of experience from these firms, she decided to venture out on her own to represent everyday people. Ms. McGill understands tight budgets and the hardships this horrible economy has created for everyone. Although she cannot take all matters on contingency, she can work with many budgets to establish a payment plan that is beneficial for clients and her. Most importantly, she does not shy away from difficult cases. She has experience in obtaining positive outcomes on cases that other attorneys were afraid and/or unwilling to take. PRACTICE AREAS General Litigation Business Law and Small Business Consultation Family Law (child support, child custody, legitimation, contempt) Employment Law (discrimination, FMLA, wage laws, unemployment) Wills, Trusts, Estates, and Probate Education Law (post-secondary) General Litigation (small to medium valued personal injury cases - no automobile accidents) Defamation/Invasion of Privacy Consumer Rights
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