Our firm handles a broad range of employment and labor issues from the perspective of both the employer as well as the employee. We litigate the entire spectrum of employment-based claims, such as discrimination, harassment, retaliation, unfair wage and hour, employment contract disputes, and restrictive covenants. We also litigate issues related to union collective bargaining, union elections and formation, unfair labor practices, lock-outs, picketing and strikes. By taking on claims from both sides of the aisle, our firm is instinctively tuned to the complexities and nuances of the law governing the workplace.
I have been practicing law for over forty years, dedicating the majority of my career to the specialty of employment and labor law. After many years in private practice, I formed the firm of Paul I. Weiner, Esq. LLC in 2008. In May 2009, my son Josh joined me to form the Law Offices of Weiner & Weiner LLC, the new name reflecting the father-son tandem.
Filed amicus briefs on leading Supreme Court cases Hennessey v. Eagle Coastal and Toys-R-Us sexual harassment case. Hennessey dealt with employer drug testing.
We provide a free telephone consultation.
Our fees are based on the nature of the case and the financial resources of the client.
$225 to $400.
Monday through Friday
9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
I recognized from a young age that the American economy is centered on the relationship between employees and their employers. I wanted to be a part of that dynamic.
An educated client is most important. We spend a great deal of time preparing and educating our clients on the law and legal processes and counseling them through the various financial emotional issues that invariably arise during the scope of our representation.
We prefer clients to keep all records and documentation, especially letters and other correspondence, so that we are in a better position to evaluate your claim and analyze it accordingly.
We have coached and consulted clients in the past who could not afford representation for litigation and trial. While we strongly encourage clients not to go at it alone, we are respectful of the client's right to make their own decisions.
Chief Labor Counsel - Nabisco Brands, Inc.
Partner - Weiner, Timmins & Lesniak
Partner and Founder - Timmins & Weiner
Partner and Founder - Weiner & Katz
I was a Volunteer in Service to America (VISTA) or the Domestic Peace Corps. I worked as a VISTA lawyer assisting minorities and low income individuals. I am also a frequent lecturer and presenter for the Practicing Law Institute on labor and employment matters.
Being a boutique law firm we provide in depth representation at extremely affordable and competitive rates.Personal interests:
U.S. History, stamp collecting, golf, and photography.
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