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Welcome to Our Oakland County, Michigan, Employment Law Blog

On Behalf of | Jul 5, 2011 | Uncategorized |

When you have been mistreated by an employer, you want an aggressive and relentless lawyer to look out for your rights. Conversely, if you are an employer facing false allegations of wrongdoing, you want an attorney who will give top priority to your needs. Michigan’s legal system can be confusing and intimidating, with a unique set of rules and a language of its own. An attorney who understands the law and the process can help you evaluate your options and make the right decisions.

At Sterling Attorneys at Law, P.C., we assist clients throughout Michigan who have been subjected to illegal or unfair treatment in the workplace. We know how to quickly determine the next step in your employee rights case.

We have an outstanding record of success on behalf of clients across the country. Because we represent employees and employers, we understand both sides of a legal issue and can anticipate the strategies opposing attorneys will employ. We emphasize results, using our skill, experience, knowledge, and resources to pursue the outcome you want.

Contact our office by e-mail or call us at 248-419-1958 (toll free at 888-486-6305) to discuss your situation with an attorney.

Our Employment Law Blog

We established this blog to provide valuable information to individuals who have been victims of corporate or employer wrongdoing. We will regularly update this blog, posting on a wide range of employment law topics, including employee rights, employment contracts, employment disputes, workplace discrimination, and wrongful termination.

We welcome your participation in the discussions on this blog. Feel free to comment on posts that interest you.

Contact Our Office

Contact us by e-mail or call us at 248-419-1958 (toll free at 888-486-6305) for more information. We represent employees on a contingency basis. We will only charge fees if we recover compensation for your losses.


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