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City & County Employee Rights

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Employment Attorneys Handling City & County Employee Rights Matters Throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia

At Pierce / McCoy, our Virginia city & county employee rights attorneys regularly take on cases involving local government employees throughout the surrounding communities in Central Virginia and Hampton Roads. We have a comprehensive understanding of the local rules and regulations affecting municipal workers. 

Our law firm knows that city, county, and other local government employees face some unique challenges in the workplace. If you are involved in any type of workplace dispute or workplace issue involving municipal government employees, you need a qualified legal advocate on your side. To set up a fully confidential initial consultation with an experienced employment law attorney, please contact us today.   

Representing Clients in the Area of City & County Employee Rights

City and county employees, as well as school teachers, have the right to grieve harassment or unfair treatment, and they have the right to a hearing before a grievance panel if terminated. In these cases, a city or municipal government entity will generally be represented by an attorney from the city attorney’s office. 

Our Virginia government employee rights lawyers are strong, experienced advocates who will be prepared to present a compelling case before this panel. Over our firm’s history, we have been successful at overturning terminations before local government boards. 

Municipal Employee Rights Case We Handle in Virginia 

Our labor and employment division has extensive experience successfully representing clients across a wide range of legal matters. If you are a city, county, or other government worker in Virginia, we can help take action to protect your rights. We handle all types of city & county employee rights issue. Specifically, some of the employment law matters we have experience handling include:  

One of the most important things that employers and employees need to know about the legal process is that all cases are time sensitive — especially when a government employer is involved. If you have any questions or concerns about your rights, it is imperative that you consult with an experienced Virginia employment attorney right away.  

Why Hire Our Virginia City & County Employee Rights Lawyers 

Our law firm is dedicated to protecting the rights of employees and employers throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. We only take on a relatively small number of cases to ensure that each and every client gets the attentive, focused legal representation that they rightfully deserve. Among other things, our city & county municipal government employee rights lawyers are prepared to:

  • Conduct a comprehensive evaluation of your case;
  • Listen to your side of the story and answer your question;
  • Help you assess all available legal options;
  • Investigate the matter further— gathering important evidence; 
  • Build a compelling and persuasive legal case; and
  • Take the appropriate legal action to protect you. 

Every employment law case is different. We strongly believe that our clients deserve fully personalized legal guidance. In some cases, aggressive action is required to right a wrong that occurred in the workplace. In other cases, it may be sensible to focus on finding a settlement. Regardless of the circumstances you are or are facing, we are prepared to listen and help you find the most effective solution. 

Contact the Labor and Employment Division of Pierce / McCoy Today

At Pierce / McCoy, our Virginia municipal employee rights attorneys are strong, experienced advocates for our clients. We are here to protect your rights and interests. For a strictly private initial consultation, please do not hesitate to call us at 757-304-6120 or to complete our online contact form

With law offices in Norfolk and Richmond, we handle employment law cases in communities throughout Central Virginia and Eastern Virginia, including Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Newport News, Portsmouth, Hampton, Williamsburg, Petersburg, Glen Allen, and Mechanicsville.