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ColoradoEmployment Law Lawyers in Broomfield County, Colorado

Employees have certain rights under federal and state laws. Employers, for instance, cannot discriminate on the basis of many factors including race, religion or national origin.

Employers can also be liable for subjecting employees to a hostile work environment or sexual harassment. Employers must follow certain laws pertaining to wages and payment, including payment for overtime.

Employment lawyers in Broomfield County, Colorado typically represent employees who have been treated unfairly or wrongly by their employers and seek to be compensated.

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Karla Rivera Pascarella

Karla Rivera Pascarella
Flatiron
385 Interlocken Crescent Ste 900
Broomfield, CO 80021
Licensed for 20 years, Karla Rivera Pascarella is a Business Law and Employment Law lawyer who attended St. Mary's University School of Law... read more >
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National Employment Lawyers Association

The NELA strives toward a world where employees are paid a living wage, that is free of employment discrimination, harassment or wrongful termination.


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The Metropolitan Lawyer Referral Service - The MRLS is sponsored by several local bar associations including the Adams-Broomfield Bar Association. Since 1972, the MLRS has been helping individuals and businesses during their search for an attorney in Broomfield, Colorado. This non-profit and community based service screens local attorneys for their experience and good standing with the Colorado State Bar. The advantage of using a lawyer referral service includes the ability to speak with a trained staff person, pay a $75 consultation fee and receive an impartial referral to a local attorney with experience with that type of case.



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