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Fairfield Employment Law Attorneys

Ury & Moskow, LLC has become one of the leading employment law firms in the state of Connecticut. Known for our vigorous advocacy, the firm has successfully represented numerous people who have been discriminated against in the workplace.

Championing the rights of employees

We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients in cases involving wrongful termination, breach of contract and bad faith. Attorneys at our firm have also championed the rights of individuals suffering from employment discrimination based on age, color, disability, sex, sexual preference and nationality, as well as individuals who have been subjected to a hostile work environment. We also have significant experience representing medical professionals in work and residency-related matters.

Our lawyers also represent whistleblowers: those brave individuals who face wrongful termination, or other adverse consequences, as a result of having challenged illegal and or unethical policies in the workplace. In the past, we have worked with individuals in the pharmaceutical and medical education fields to recover damages for our clients who were fired for trying to correct institutional problems.

We are often able to handle these types of cases on a contingency basis, meaning that you will only owe an attorneys’ fee if and when we recover for you.

Representing businesses

Unusual among firms specializing in plaintiff representation, Ury & Moskow also works with small and mid-sized companies handling employment-related matters. In the past, we have responded to age and sex discrimination claims, investigated allegations of wrongdoing, and have advised our corporate clients on layoffs and severance arrangements. Given our experience litigating these matters from the “other side,” we have a unique perspective that we believe is more practical than the “ivory tower” views of the big defense-oriented firms.

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