Our priority is helping you resolve the dispute in front of you, but our mission goes deeper. We work to determine the root of the issue at hand so you can learn from the experience and prevent similar situations in the future.
When an employee comes to us after experiencing wrongful termination, sexual harassment, discrimination, or another injustice, we give them the tools, opportunity, and support to stand up and say, “This isn’t alright.” For our employer clients, we work to find a resolution that allows them to put the complaint behind them and build a healthier work environment moving forward.
Our logo, the raven, has a very specific meaning to our firm and our clients. These birds are used throughout Celtic mythology as a symbol for life's unavoidable crises and generally appear to foreshadow impending war. Simultaneously, though, we like to associate the raven with taking these crises as they come, working past them, learning from them, and ultimately coming out better for the experience.
Our approach, then, centers on doing whatever it takes to help our client 1) resolve their legal concern, 2) communicate meaningfully with the other side, and 3) walk away from the dispute with a fresh perspective and a focus on their next steps forward.
Charles is an effective attorney with a warm personality. If you’re looking for clear answers and great legal service, he’s the guy to see.
In addition to representing businesses and workers in employment disputes, Charles also offers general legal advisement, sexual harassment prevention training, and mediation services.
If you’re looking for a lawyer who lives in an overpriced suit and tie, crams his office full of outdated law books, and charges an arm and a leg because he can, we’re not the firm for you. We’re good, down-to-earth people who explain things in plain English and promote healthy, affordable solutions to workplace issues.
We know from years of experience that no two cases are quite the same, and we care about taking steps that make sense for your particular situation. Whether that means taking your case to court, revisiting your approach to employee relations, or simply making your voice heard, we’re ready to make it happen.
Many people want to effect real change but aren’t sure how to go about it. If you’ve seen a business-related injustice, are looking for employment resources, or simply want to promote a better business environment, we encourage you to reach out to us. We will use every tool at our disposal to turn your concern into an opportunity for growth.