Richard Hayber has dedicated his career to defending hard-working employees in court. In 2000, he established Hayber Law Firm in Connecticut, where he continues to fight for the rights of employees. He passionately defends his clients in both state and federal court, and is not afraid to stand up for the underdog. He strongly believes in employees being treated with respect, fairness, and the compensation that they deserve.
Whether an employee has been terminated wrongly, discriminated against, or denied fair compensation, legal action may be needed. Wage and hour violations may occur when an employer does not fairly compensate their employees according to the duties performed. Richard Hayber has experience in these areas, and is prepared to defend his clients against employers who might take advantage of them.
He has represented a wide variety of clients, including assistant managers, mortgage industry employees, and restaurant employees. His dedication to the subject of employment laws has earned him a respected name in the legal community, and he has spoken on the subject at several conferences and lectures.
Richard Hayber has lived in Connecticut his whole life. He pursued his BA in philosophy at Trinity College in Hartford and continued on to complete his education at the University of Connecticut School of Law in 1992. He continues to further his knowledge regarding employment law and uses his experience to fight for the rights of his clients.