Davidovich Law Firm, L.L.C.

Davidovich Law Firm, L.L.C.

For more than 50 years, premier Colorado Employment lawyer Nathan Davidovich has provided employees with excellent and thorough legal counsel and representation in labor and employment related issues.

Firm Overview

Colorado is an "at-will" employment state, which means that either the employer or the employee may terminate the relationship at any time, without notice and for any reason, except those specifically prohibited by law or contract. Nevertheless, there are various exceptions to the employment "at-will" doctrine that may permit a successful recovery by an employee against the employer for a wrongful termination. Nathan Davidovich is experienced in plaintiff's work for employees and defense work for employers. He has had extensive experience in resolving employment related disputes from all of these vantage points through settlement negotiations, administrative processes, and litigation, trials, and appeals in state and federal court. While the courts are very restrictive as to the types of claims that employees can bring against their employers, he has been successful in resolving all of the following types of claims to the satisfaction of his clients:
Sexual Harrasment
Wrongful Termination/Breach of Contract
Wrongful Discharge in Violation of Public Policy
Retaliation for Whistle Blowing
Failure of Employer to Pay Wages or Salary
Failure of Employer to pay Minimum Wage or Overtime
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Disputes or Denial
Interference with Employee Benefits (ERISA)
Discrimination Based on Military Status (USERRA)
Negligent Hiring, Supervision and Retention
Main Office
Main Office
3773 Cherry Creek North Drive
Suite 575
Denver  CO  80209
  • (303) 825-5529
Unemployment Insurance in Colorado is a program to pay temporary benefits and help workers who have lost their job through no fault of their own, while they try and obtain employment. Following an initial decision by a Deputy, denying benefits, the employee has a right to appeal and have a new hearing before a hearing officer. While there is no requirement that an employee must have a lawyer present at the hearing, the playing field can be leveled against the employer, who may appear with its counsel, by the employee retaining the services of a lawyer. Nathan Davidovich is experienced in representing both employees and employers during the appeal hearing process. The hearing is conducted by a hearing officer, who takes testimony under oath from the parties and witnesses who participate in the hearing.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

Nathan Davidovich is dedicated to getting to the heart of your legal matter as quickly as possible, and discussing it with you in a clear, direct and understandable manner.

Nathan Davidovich

Colorado Employment Litigation

For over fifty years, Attorney Nathan Davidovich has placed top priority on representing clients vigorously and ethically to achieve the best results possible. For more detailed information of his experience see his web page at www.talk-law.com.

Attorney Davidovich has been a trial lawyer during his entire career and has appeared in Colorado State and Federal trial and appellate courts as well as trial courts in California, New Mexico and Tennessee. He specializes in employment litigation and complex civil litigation and has been involved in many jury trials in both State and Federal Courts.

Davidovich Law Firm, LLC is an experienced litigation & problem management law firm. We pride ourselves in handling efficiently & professionally, virtually all kinds of complex litigation. We recognize the importance of protecting our clients' reputations, as well as their financial & professional needs while striving to provide effective, cost-efficient representation in every aspect of our practice. We can help you with your needs by applying our experience, integrity and service.
  • University of Denver College of Law
    Juris Doctor , 1963

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