Helping Residents From Baton Rouge To New Orleans Resolve Employment Issues
Discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination and other employment law matters cover a wide range of unlawful actions. It takes more than merely being in a protected class and having an adverse workplace experience to qualify for taking legal action.
At the law offices of Robert B. Landry III PLC, with office locations in Baton Rouge and New Orleans, we are committed to advocating aggressively for victims of workplace discrimination and harassment. We represent clients in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, and throughout central and southern Louisiana.
We also represent health care professionals, health care providers and educators in negotiating and drafting employment contracts. We work closely with clients to ensure they understand all aspects of the agreement they are entering.
We feel strongly that quality representation begins with an honest assessment of each case. Some lawyers set unrealistic expectations or pursue claims that are less than sound. We take the time during an initial consultation to thoroughly review the unique facts of a case in order to provide a fair opinion of what the possible outcomes may be.
In fact, our careful and comprehensive preparation of cases, combined with attorney Landry's stellar reputation as a trial lawyer, often helps us reach a full and fair resolution for our clients without the need to go to court.
Mr. Landry prepares every case meticulously, however, and has put the legal community on notice that he will not settle a case for less than what his client deserves. If a fair agreement cannot be reached, he is always prepared to litigate.
If you are the victim of workplace discrimination or harassment, reaching an accomplished attorney early in the process is important to produce a positive outcome. Call 504-345-1220 or 225-349-7460, or email us to schedule a consultation.
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5420 Corporate Blvd, Ste #303
Baton Rouge, LA, 70808
365 Canal Street, Suite #2360
New Orleans, LA, 70130