Cincinnati Employment Lawyer
Representing Your Interests in Employment and Business Litigation
At Robert A. Klingler Co., LPA, all of our attorneys are exclusively dedicated to civil litigation. We represent individuals and businesses in a variety of employment law matters and business disputes. Our firm accepts only a limited number of select cases. Our clients' goals and welfare remain our priority at all times.
At Robert A. Klingler Co., L.P.A., every case and every issue receives the personal attention of a lawyer. We apply a thorough, sophisticated legal analysis to every problem, and we search for common-sense, practical solutions. We have the experience, the judgment, and the talent to help you find solutions to your business or work-related issues in various areas of the law.
Representation in Employment Law Disputes
Our law firm provides representation in all types of employment litigation, including sexual harassment, whistleblower cases, disputes relating to wrongful discharge, and discrimination against sex, age, race and disability. We represent a wide variety of employees, focusing primarily on executive and professional personnel. Our services range from providing advice about various work-related situations, to helping negotiate severance packages, to filing and trying lawsuits against managers who have violated the rights of employees. Our representative cases include victories for victims of pregnancy and disability discrimination, FMLA violations, breach of contract, and others.
Our team of lawyers handles most other employment law issues, including review and negotiation of severance packages, contracts, non-compete agreements, severance agreements, and other worker rights matters. Often clients need an explanation of their options so that they can make an informed decision about what steps to take to deal with their work situation. We provide the advice and insight that only an experienced legal team can provide about whether a client has a legal claim that can be pursued, or has leverage that empowers the client to negotiate a better arrangement with the employer. We are advisors, not just litigators, and we see it as our duty to fully inform each client of his or her legal rights and the practicalities of each option that is available.