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Employment Law

At AadVantage Legal Services, we maintain a thriving employment law practice. Employment law embodies a complex network of laws that regulate how employers must deal with employees, former employees, and employment applicants.

Our employment law attorneys have significant experience in interpreting and understanding Michigan state and federal statutes and case law in areas such as employment discrimination, affirmative action, sexual harassment, employee benefits, whistleblower litigation, wrongful discharge, and employment contracts.

Negotiation skills, strategic planning, and a systematic process often save clients from expensive and time-consuming litigation. Our goal is to help you minimize problems and litigation. AadVantage Legal Services has a team that will work to understand your vision and help you implement this vision in your business. We work to protect you and to help you succeed at what you do best - running your business. Negotiation or litigation, Aadvantage will work for you and fight for your cause.

AadVantage Legal Services assists clients in the Detroit area and throughout the state of Michigan with the following employment law matters:

  • Employment Handbooks 
  • Harassment Litigation (Age, Sexual, Race, etc.)
  • Employee Benefit Planning
  • Retirement Benefit Planning
  • Developing pension, profit sharing and other retirement vehicles
  • Cafeteria Plans
  • Employment Contracts
  • Independent Contract Agreements
  • Sub-Lease Agreements

What reason must an employer have before an employee is fired?

Generally, an employer may fire an employee for any reason. There are some exceptions: an employer cannot fire an employee because of that employee's race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, or age, or because that employee reported a violation of law committed by the employer. There are other exceptions to the general rule, and you should contact us to determine if your situation comes under one of these exceptions.

Am I entitled to overtime if I work more than forty hours in a week?

The rules regarding the employees who are entitled to receive overtime pay-one and one-half times their ordinary rate of pay, for any time worked over forty hours in one week-have undergone substantial changes recently. If you have questions about your eligibility for overtime, contact us for a review of your situation.

If you have any questions, or to make an appointment to speak with one of our skilled, knowledgeable and experienced employment law attorneys, please do not hesitate to contact one of our Metro Detroit and Southwestern Michigan area offices.  If you prefer, you may e-mail us, or fill out the form on the Contact Us page of this website and a representative from our firm will be in touch with you as soon as possible.  We look forward to hearing from you!

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