The Quinton Thompson Law Firm recognizes the need for small business to have access to affordable great attorneys. There are many complex issues that may arise were business owners may need to seek the advice of counsel or need an attorney to represent their business in some sort of business disputes. Here at the QT Law Firm, we have the experience, knowledge, education, and resources to give your business matter the time and attention it deserves.
Breach of Contract occurs when a person or entity enters into a contract with someone for a specific purpose and one party fails to meet their portion of the agreement. When this occurs, that party has now breached the contract which may entitle the non-breaching party to damages. Damages may include paying an amount sufficient to put the non-breaching party in the position it would have been had terms of the contract been fulfilled. Whether you need to sue someone for breach of contract or maybe you are being sued, we can help give you the legal representation you need to appropriately and effectively deal with this matter.
When one decides to open a business, there are many issues to consider. Where to locate the business? How to form the business? What type of licenses or permits are needed? These are only a few of the many issues one faces when opening a business. It takes time to research and draft documents needed to ensure you are following all state and federal regulations. The QT Law Firm is here to assist businesses with any part of the complexities of opening and maintaining a business. Call us now for a free case evaluation.
The federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires that employers pay at least the federal minimum wage, as well as “time and a half” overtime pay for employees working more than 40 hours a week. If an employer fails to meet these requirements, workers may be entitled to receive back pay for the wages they were wrongly denied. There are harsh penalties for employers that violate laws governing overtime, and The QT Law Firm is here to ensure that you get every cent you are entitled to, along with any additional compensation allowable under the Fair Labor Standards Act as well as any applicable state laws.
In 2017, it is evident that there are still many employers who discriminate in the workplace based on one of the protected classes. The protected classes include Age, Race, Gender, Religion, Pregnancy, Disability, and Military Status. There are certain state and federal laws that employers must follow. These laws include but are not limited to:
- Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
- Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA)
- Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA)
- The Equal Pay Act
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) violations
The QT Law Firm also assists individuals harmed at work due to an employer retaliating against them for exercising a legal right. Retaliation refers to when an employee is treated poorly, demoted, or fired in response to the employee’s protected actions. For example, if you were retaliated against for filing a worker’s compensation claim, this may be grounds to pursue additional damages.