Contact Us for Your Employment Law Needs

Experienced Employment Law Attorney

Maryland — Washington DC — Virginia

Have you suffered from discrimination or harassment in the workplace? Did you experience wrongful termination from your job? Are you being denied your legal employment rights? If so, know you are not alone. At The Law Offices of Steven C. Kahn in Rockville, we are committed to finding cost effective solutions to your problems and giving you the help you need.

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Whether you are employed in the private sector or in the government, you have workplace rights. Enjoying a working environment free from illegal discrimination and harassment are among the rights afforded to you under the law.

We’re Ready to Go the Extra Mile for You.

At The Law Offices of Steven C. Kahn, we recognize you have rights even if your company or coworkers do not. Our lead lawyer has been practicing in the area of employment law since 1969. He is committed to going the extra mile in defending your employment rights, including your right to a non-hostile working environment.

We provide conscientious and professional service and will tell you upfront whether or not you have a case. Our practice areas relate to the following claims:

  • Sexual harassment and hostile work environment
  • Discrimination based on gender, race, sexual orientation, religion, disability
  • Compensation issues involving salary, hourly pay, commission or severance
  • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
  • Retaliation
  • Wrongful discharge

Contact The Law Offices of Steven C. Kahn

Located just minutes from the Rockville Metro and from the Montgomery County district and circuit courthouses, The Law Offices of Steven C. Kahn are conveniently located and wheelchair accessible. Our office hours are by appointment and our phones are answered 24 hours every day. Please contact us today if you are the victim of illegal employment practices or discriminatory working conditions. Call 866-415-8698 or 301-637-0400 or complete our online form to submit detailed information about your employment law case.

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