Consultation

20 Minute
Brief Case Assessment

FREE Consultation

A phone or Zoom consultation to evaluate the basic facts of what happened to you to understand whether you may have an employment claim against your current or former employer. If further document evaluation is needed, we may recommend our One Hour Comprehensive Case Consultation or that you request your personnel file and reason for termination. These are important building blocks in an employment law claim. For more information, see Employee Personnel File Rights.

Contact mjsb@mjsbjustice.com to schedule your consultation. 

1 Hour
Wrongful Termination Consult

$500.00

A comprehensive consultation to cover important topics required for a full evaluation of your prospective employment claim, including:

  • Do I have a case?
  • How do I best protect my rights?
  • What should I do next?

In addition to the one-hour phone or Zoom meeting, our attorneys will review any documents regarding your case or situation before the meeting. These documents might include timelines you prepared, notes, text messages, emails, recordings, or a copy of your personnel file.

Our comprehensive case review is discounted to enable equitable access to our case review services. As part of the consult, we will advise you on whether you have a case and provide crucial information to serve you if you wish to proceed with a claim against your current or former employer for discrimination, retaliation or sexual harassment.

Kick off your comprehensive case assessment here: Wrongful Termination Payment Link. Once you’ve completed payment, we will reach out to schedule our consultation and collect documents. 

3 Hour
Employment Contract Review

$1,000.00

If you’ve received an employment contract, such as a contractor agreement or severance agreement, it’s always recommended to have an attorney review the terms and advise you of options, pitfalls, and possible changes to better protect your rights. As employers seek to mitigate their risks, employment contracts and agreements are becoming even more common, including:

  • Severance Agreement
  • Separation Agreement
  • Stock Option Agreement
  • Equity Option Agreement
  • Employment Contract
  • Independent Contractor Agreement
  • Moonlighting Agreement
  • Financial Note or Employer Loan Agreement

No matter the type of contract or agreement, if you are waiving your rights or agreeing to actions in the employment context, you should consult with an attorney. Reach out for sophisticated employment and contract guidance to hear our recommendations before you sign.

Get Started Here: Contract Review Payment LinkOnce you’ve completed payment, we will reach out to schedule our consultation and collect documents. 

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