Maryland EEOC Lawyers
So you have filed, on your own, a charge of discrimination against your employer at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”). Recently, however, you received a notice from the EEOC that your employer wants to mediate your charge of discrimination.
The only issue is you do not have an attorney to represent you at the upcoming EEOC mediation. The Law Firm of J.W. Stafford, L.L.C. is the solution to your problem.
The Maryland EEOC mediation lawyers at The Law Firm of J.W. Stafford, L.L.C. are skilled in representing clients at EEOC mediations. Our ability to successfully represent clients at EEOC mediations is a result of preparing clients for the mediation and giving them insight into the process. When you retain The Law Firm of J.W. Stafford, L.L.C., we review the file, put in place a strategy to achieve your goals at the EEOC mediation and prepare you for the upcoming mediation session. Unlike other law firms, we don’t just show up on the day of the mediation. We are meticulous in our preparation and analysis of your case and will communicate with you to put in place a game plan for the day of the mediation.
All too often, employees simply show up to an EEOC mediation without a lawyer and without a plan to achieve their goals. You should not make that mistake, and you won’t when you hire us.
We effectively and successfully represents employees at EEOC mediations. Because we focus on employment law, a Maryland EEOC lawyer can educate you on the mediation process, as well as effectively negotiate with your employer on your behalf.
All too often, employees simply show up to an EEOC mediation without a lawyer and without a plan to achieve their goals. You should not make that mistake, and you won’t when you hire us. Let’s be clear, your employer certainly will have legal counsel at their side at the EEOC mediation table. So why wouldn’t you? An EEOC mediation is a critical juncture in your case, and you need an attorney who can negotiate effectively on your behalf. The experienced Baltimore employment attorneys at The Law Firm of J.W. Stafford, L.L.C. are the attorneys you need. Here is how we are different from other law firms:
- Our focus on employment law allows us to better pursue your goals and to educate you on the law prior to and at the EEOC mediation;
- We effectively prepare our clients for the EEOC mediation so that we have a clear game plan and strategy before going into the mediation; and
- Our reputation for being aggressive employment litigators who are not afraid to take a case to trial will convey to your employer that you are serious and will only entertain serious settlement offers.
Work With a Top Maryland EEOC Lawyer
Working with the experienced employment attorneys here at The Law Firm of J.W. Stafford, L.L.C. is simple, confidential and efficient. We will thoroughly review your case prior to the EEOC mediation, understand your goals, and provide you with effective representation at the EEOC mediation. If you need an attorney to represent you at an upcoming EEOC mediation in Maryland , you can contact us today via our website or call us at 410-514-6099.
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