Advocates for Workplace Fairness
We honor the trust that clients put in us by working to earn it every day.”
Success is measured by how well you help others succeed.”
I entered this field to find solutions to workers’ problems and to make sure workers weren’t double-talked out of their rights.”
Our mission is to empower employees by championing their rights in the workplace.”
We advocate for workers with the core belief that, as human beings, they are worthy of respect, fairness, decency, and compassion.”
Equality: Every employee is entitled to equal treatment, equal respect, and equal opportunity.”
We stand in solidarity with victims of workplace injustice.”
Dignity: It is inherent in our being to be valued—one should never take that from another.”
Our firm is dedicated to representing employees and other individuals (including executives, partners, professionals and talent), not employers, in all industries, across all professions, and at all employment levels. As advocates for workplace fairness, our passion and our profession is to help advance the goals of employees and protect their rights against injustices in the workplace.
Our attorneys advise and represent clients in matters involving former employers, current employers, and potential future employers and partnerships. We also represent groups of employees collectively, as well as executive teams in transition. Our international practice reaches across borders to represent and protect multinational employees, executives and partners.
Our lawyers are recognized as some of the most qualified and highly skilled in the field of employment law. Best Lawyers and U.S. News ranked Outten & Golden as “Best Law Firm” in Litigation - Labor & Employment and Employment Law – Individuals. In December 2014, Legal Leaders ranked Outten & Golden “New York Area’s Top Rated Lawyers for Labor & Employment.” Many of our lawyers are AV- rated by Martindale Hubbell and have been recognized by Super Lawyers in the field of “Employment Law – Employee.” Legal 500 recognized O&G as a leader in “Mass tort and class action: plaintiff representation – labor and employment.”