Employment Law

Providing Legal Support For Louisiana Employees

Federal and state employment laws protect employees from unfair treatment at work. If your rights have been violated by your employer, the process required to protect your interests will likely be complex. Seek guidance from an experienced employment lawyer.

At Scott D. Wilson, A Professional Law Corporation, we have 30 years of experience representing Louisiana employees. As an independent practice, we provide the sophisticated representation of larger firms with the personal attention and care of a small law practice.

Protect Your Constitutional Rights

Some employers engage in actions that violate the rights of their employees. Unfortunately, many Louisiana employees do not know how to protect themselves. If you have been wronged by your employer, you may be entitled to compensation for general damages, as well as lost wages and benefits. If your position was terminated, you may also gain reinstatement.

State And Federal Employment Law Cases

At Scott D. Wilson, A Professional Law Corporation, we limit our caseload so that attorney Wilson can personally handle each case. Over the past two decades, we have handled numerous employment law cases involving:

  • ERISA disputes
  • Discrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) claims
  • Sexual harassment
  • Employment contracts
  • Health insurance and other benefits changes
  • Wage and hour disputes (including unpaid overtime claims)
  • Wrongful termination
  • Whistleblowers
  • Insurance law issues
  • Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) violations
  • Noncompete agreements
  • Tenure disputes with universities

In addition to general employment law matters, we are highly experienced with professional licensure issues. Many professionals rely on their licenses for their livelihood. We protect nurses, physical therapists, social workers and other professionals in administrative hearings with state licensing boards.

Get Assistance For Complex Legal Issues

Many employment law disputes are resolved in federal court, which is very different from state court systems. Contact us online to schedule a consultation with our experienced attorney.