Helping People Stand Up For What They Believe In

Employment Law: What Do You Stand For? What Aren’t You Going To Put Up With?

The employer-employee relationship should be one of mutual respect. When that balance gets tipped and an employer takes advantage of its employee, it creates disruption, stress and fear. With over 30 years of experience, I founded the law firm of Michael T. Conway & Company to fight back and aggressively represent clients in employment law matters. With an office in Brunswick, I am a fierce employment law attorney, and I represent clients in northeastern Ohio who are facing wrongful termination, discrimination or sexual harassment in the workplace. I ask each of my clients, “What do you stand for?” and “What aren’t you going to put up with?” And I help them fight back.

Representing Employees In Lawsuits Against Employers

Your job is so much more than just the way that you make money, it is an integral part of your life. It is the way you support your family, advance your career and save for your future. When a steady job is threatened by the actions and behaviors of those you work with or those who employ you, or even worse, suddenly pulled out from under you, it can cause your world to turn upside down. I represent clients who are experiencing:

  • Discrimination in the workplace
  • Sexual harassment in the workplace
  • Wrongful termination
  • Workplace retaliation for being a whistleblower
  • Qui tam claims on behalf of the government when fraud is involved
  • Defamation and slander

I believe that employers should be held accountable for their actions. When an employer attempts to take advantage of its loyal employees by attempting to avoid paying overtime, refusing a workers’ compensation claim, or illegally firing an employee, I seek justice.

Representing Government Employees

I am a former veteran and have experience in politics. I aggressively represent government employees in employment law matters, including wrongfully terminated employees of the federal or state governments of Ohio or Texas. I can also represent government employees in discrimination, compensation and workplace safety lawsuits. I also represent small businesses against large corporations or government agencies who are facing injustice or unfair practices in commerce or trade.

Call An Employment Law Attorney Today For Justice

When it comes to unfair and unethical treatment in the workplace, you have two choices. You can live your life and be a doormat, or you can live your life and have self-respect. If you are ready to fight back and stand up to your employer, I am ready to fight for you. Call my office today at 330-227-4026 or send an email through my online form to schedule your free initial consultation.