At the Thatcher Law Firm in Greenbelt, Maryland, attorneys Linda Hitt Thatcher, Wayne B. Wiseman, and Robert Baror represent employees with claims for discrimination, sexual harassment, and other workplace and civil rights issues. We also advise employers about the surest ways to prevent unlawful employment practices through training and documentation of personnel policies. Contact our office for experienced and insightful advice about your legal alternatives in an employment dispute in...Read more
At the Thatcher Law Firm in Greenbelt, Maryland, attorneys Linda Hitt Thatcher, Wayne B. Wiseman, and Robert Baror represent employees with claims for discrimination, sexual harassment, and other workplace and civil rights issues. We also advise employers about the surest ways to prevent unlawful employment practices through training and documentation of personnel policies. Contact our office for experienced and insightful advice about your legal alternatives in an employment dispute in Maryland, Northern Virginia, or the Washington metro area.
Because we know how annoying it is to wait for a return call on an important matter, rule number one at the Thatcher Law Firm is that the client comes first. We keep you closely involved with the development and progress of your case, and also make sure that you are fully advised about the different options and decisions that you will need to consider at various stages of your case.
Our law firm can make this commitment to our clients because we very carefully limit our caseload. With a skilled team of lawyers available to handle the work, we are in a position to evaluate and develop your case thoroughly. We have every employment law claim thoroughly researched and documented before we file the lawsuit or even approach your employer with a demand. By taking the initiative at every opportunity, we can do quite a lot to even out the inherent imbalance between an employer and an employee, and we tip it in your favor every chance we get. We love to win, we hate to lose, and we'll aggressively represent our clients.
Managing partner Linda Hitt Thatcher has 22 years of experience with the resolution of employment disputes on behalf of employees and employers alike. She got her start on the management side of employment law in the late 1980s, and founded our law firm in 1996. Although employees' claims form the bulk of our firm's practice, she also advises employers about recurrent workplace rights issues and the best ways to achieve compliance with state and federal employment laws.
Ms. Thatcher also serves as a mediator to help litigants find mutually acceptable grounds for settlement of their disputes.
Attorneys Wayne B. Wiseman, and Robert Baror also deliver outstanding client service in matters ranging from the analysis of disability accommodation claims to the negotiation and documentation of severance agreements. It's also fair to say that our clients appreciate the tireless work and friendly, supportive atmosphere maintained by office administrator Sue Frederick. Our clients and attorneys depend heavily on their experience and conscientious, compassionate service to produce the high-quality results that you expect and deserve.
To learn how our experience, litigation skill, and commitment to client service in a positive team environment can help resolve your workplace problem, contact the Thatcher Law Firm in Greenbelt.Read less
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