Oregon Employment Law Attorney
Get Help from an experienced Oregon Employment Law Attorney.
$350 – Discounted rate for up to one hour of assistance from an experienced attorney on severance agreements, layoffs, termination, unemployment benefits, medical leave, disability accommodation, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and other employment issues.
Your rights. Your story. Your day in court.
As experienced Oregon employment law attorneys in Portland, the legal team at Meyer Stephenson have led in over 20 jury trials. At Meyer Stephenson, we successfully represent clients in all types of Oregon employment law cases. Our experienced employment law attorneys represents employees all over the state of Oregon. We work on a contingency fee and hourly basis in cases involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, employment contracts, wage claims, and wrongful termination.
Race, National Origin, Age, Religion, other…?
Gender, Race, Sexual Orientation, other…?
Illegal or unfair firing…?
Employer Threats, Hostile Remarks, other…?
“I was terminated by my company and then asked to sign a separation agreement with some rather ambiguous and tricky ‘non-solicitation’ language in it. Robert Meyer helped me to better understand how this ‘non-solicitation’ language might effect my ability to get another job similar to the one I had prior to my termination. His counsel really helped me make an informed decision as to whether I should sign the separation agreement. He was very thorough and easy to work with.”
Oregon Employment Law Attorneys
Christina Stephenson is an experienced trial lawyer specializing in Oregon employment law in Portland, Oregon. Christina graduated with a bachelor’s degree in International Politics from American University where she was awarded the Dean’s Scholarship and was a facilitator at the university’s Office of Community Action and Social Justice. She obtained her law degree from the University Of Oregon School Of Law, where she received numerous scholarships and was proud recipient of academic and civic achievement awards.
Talia Y. Guerriero is an Oregon employment lawyer with a background in labor and union rights that enriches her employment practice. She has always been a strong voice for the underdog with a passion for social justice and civil rights that defines her life. Her work has always focused on empowering and protecting the rights of marginalized communities, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (“LGBTQ”) communities in particular.
Mike was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and grew up in the Mountain West. He is passionate about helping employees who have experienced unlawful harassment, discrimination, and retaliation at work because he believes everyone deserves to be treated with dignity in the workplace. While in college at the University of Wyoming, Mike was a national champion in parliamentary debate. At Willamette University College of Law, he was a law review editor, was inducted into the Order of the Barristers as a moot court member, and graduated in the top five percent of his class.
Ashley is an Oregon employment law trial attorney exclusively representing individuals. Ashley graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Oregon and received her law degree from Gonzaga University School of Law.
Oregon Employment Law Claims
- Harassment in the Workplace
- Wrongful Termination
- Wage Claims
Serving all of Oregon, including:
- Klamath Falls
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