Texas employees and executives: We eat, sleep and breathe helping you protect and enforce your rights.Get some answers - today.
With offices in Austin and Dallas, we are here for Texas employees, executives and independent contractors.
This law firm never represents employers in employment disputes. Just you.
You may have been wrongfully terminated and need to know your rights – and whether you can take action to recover your financial losses and hold the company accountable.
You may have been presented with a severance agreement and need to know whether to sign it, try to negotiate a better deal – or not sign it and take action against the employer.
You may be suffering from illegal harassment or discrimination at work and need to know whether it’s time to take the situation to the EEOC.
You may have been denied money that you’re owed – anywhere from unpaid overtime wages, to bonuses and commissions, to advanced compensation owed under an executive compensation contract.
You may be under stress about your employment-related situation, and need to get some answers and a strategy.
Federal, Texas and local laws provide rights and protections for Texas employees. As an employment attorney our job is to use our experience and confidence representing Texas employees to help you enforce those rights and defend yourself when an employer is breaking the law or attempting to harm you. We are passionate about this.
Here are some of the situations where our employment attorneys have helped Texas employees, executives and independent contractors (who are sometimes entitled to the benefit of employee-protection laws):
Wrongful termination, discrimination and harassment
Employment Agreements & Compensation
Whether it’s pushing an EEOC complaint for a wrongful termination, negotiating a dispute on your employment contract, recovering your unpaid compensation or fighting underhanded illegal job retaliation or discrimination – it’s about your life, your money, your reputation, your career, your family, your integrity and your peace of mind. Contact us now – and let’s start talking to see if we can help you.
On September 26,2017, a federal jury in Waco, Texas rendered a unanimous verdict for a deserving O’Brien Law Firm client, awarding her $25,000 for thousands of hours of overtime that she worked nights and weekends over almost 3 years’ time. The amount the jury awarded her was a little more than the amount of overtime […]Read More