State and federal law provide employees with significant protections against unfair treatment by employers and supervisors in the areas of discrimination, harassment, failure to accommodate workers with disabilities, wage/hour violations, and workplace safety. Workers can therefore bring suit to enforce those rights and seek damages. Employers, especially large ones, often have deep resources and experience in defeating such claims, however, and employees are not always able to win their cases at the trial court level.
But you as the employee have a right to appeal the decisions made at the trial court level, and the chance to work with an experienced appeals attorney who can examine your case with fresh eyes to see mistakes that were made and work to correct them at the appellate level. Corey Evan Parker is an experienced attorney who works exclusively on appeals cases in Washington, California, Oregon, Michigan, Ohio and Indiana, and can work with you to win a just outcome in your employment law case on appeal.
If you have brought an employment law case against an employer or other entity and there has been a final judgment in your case, or if there has been a significant order handed down in your case, e.g. an order requiring you to arbitrate your claim, then you may be able to appeal the order. You have as little as 30 days to file a notice of your appeal from the date the decision is handed down, however, so it is important to act quickly.
Corey Evan Parker can work with you to bring an appeal of an order in the following types of employment law matters:
After your notice of appeal is filed, our office will work with you to examine the trial court record for any and all errors made by the judge in applying state and federal law and in evaluating the facts. Attorney Parker will then file all required motions and orally argue your case before the state appellate court to win you a reversal of the trial court decision in your employment law matter.
If you have grounds to appeal an adverse employment law decision or order, you have the power to seek justice and compensation by appealing your matter. When you consult with attorney Corey Evan Parker, he will make his best efforts to work with you to understand your situation to determine what your best course of action is and move swiftly to file your appeal. Because you have a limited window to file your employment law appeal, please feel free to contact Corey Evan Parker to get started on your appeal.