Involved In An Employment Law Dispute?
State and federal laws protect individuals from being discriminated against in the workplace, including unlawful retaliation or termination. At the law office of Robert B. Landry III PLC, we provide knowledgeable, aggressive and effective legal representation to individuals in all aspects of employment law.
Our firm works with individuals in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Lafayette, and throughout the region. Mr. Landry is an experienced employment law attorney who knows how to deal with the workplace legal problems facing employees.
Protecting Your Rights and Pursuing Damages
Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Louisiana Employment Discrimination Law (La. R.S. 23:301 et seq.), employees are protected against discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin.
Although we work with clients from a broad spectrum of industries, we have extensive experience advising doctors, nurses, and other health care professionals, as well as professors at Louisiana’s numerous colleges and universities who are wrestling with issues regarding tenure.
Louisiana employees who are victims of discrimination may seek compensatory damages under either law or, in some cases, in both state and federal courts. Deciding which court to file in is a strategic concern that can only be made following a thorough review of the facts by an experienced employment law attorney.
We represent clients in all aspects of employment law, including:
- Whistleblower protection
- Family and Medical Leave Act Violations
- Sexual and gender harassment and discrimination
- Race, color, and national origin harassment and discrimination
- Disability discrimination
- Age discrimination
- Pregnancy discrimination
- Wrongful termination
- Workplace retaliation
- Wage and hour claims
- ERISA Employee Benefits
- Noncompete and executive contracts
- Physician Contracts and Employment Issues
- University Disputes and Contracts
Meet With Robert B. Landry III PLC
Employment discrimination claims filed under federal or Louisiana law must adhere to strict deadlines. By reaching us early in the process, our team can ensure that your case hits these deadlines and your rights are protected.
To meet with an experienced employment law lawyer who makes clients’ best interests a priority and is always prepared to litigate if a fair agreement cannot be reached through negotiations, call 504-345-1220 or 225-349-7460, or use our online contact form to schedule a consultation.