At Terrell Marshall Law Group, we have a strong reputation for excellence in the area of employment law. We primarily represent employees but also advise small businesses and non-profit organizations. Our attorneys have extensive experience in all areas of employment law, including matters involving wage and hour violations, discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, breach of contract, family and medical leave, paid time off benefits, and noncompetition agreements.

We are particularly well known for our work representing employees in wage and hour class actions. A wage and hour class action is a lawsuit brought against an employer on behalf of a large group of workers who have been or continue to be subject to the employer’s unlawful policies and practices. Our attorneys have successfully recovered tens of millions of dollars in lawsuits alleging violations of laws relating to minimum wage and overtime pay, rest and meal breaks, tool and uniform expenses, paycheck deductions, vacation benefits, and misclassification of employees as “exempt” or “independent contractors.”

We have a strong record of representing clients who are the victims of discrimination. We will fight for employees who are discriminated against on the basis of race, gender, age, national origin, religion, disability, and sexual orientation. We bring extensive experience and tenacious advocacy to discrimination cases.

In addition, we represent clients in matters involving the drafting and negotiation of employment contracts. We also have significant experience negotiating severance agreements with Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies. Our attorneys strategically and vigorously pursue the interests of our clients by negotiating for the best possible terms.

At TMLG, our attorneys also have extensive experience litigating the enforceability of employee non-competes, non-solicitation clauses, and restrictive covenants, including resisting temporary restraining orders and injunctions.

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