Employment Law

Employment Law

Why choose the Law Offices of A.D. Williams, A.P.C for your employment law needs?

The Law offices of A.D. Williams, A.P.C is a litigation firm, led by a true trial attorney. With approximately 50 trials and thousands of hearings under his belt, lead trial attorney A.D. Williams aggressively represents employees in a wide range of employment law matters.

Our office handles employment law matters involving:

Wrongful termination
Racial and ethnic discrimination
Workplace discrimination
Gender discrimination
Retaliation
Sexual harassment
Hostile work environment
Minimum Wage Violations
Whistleblower
Qui Tam
Pregnancy discrimination
Family & Medical Leave Act
Age discrimination
Disability discrimination

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