Advocating for Employees’ Rights in Arizona

Every employee has the right to be treated fairly in the workplace. Unfortunately, employees are sometimes taken advantage of by their employers in a variety of ways; unpaid commissions, sexual harassment, retaliation for reporting unlawful conduct, wrongfully denied sick leave, and wrongful termination are extremely common. Here at Matt Fendon Law Group, we understand how difficult it can be for employees to fight back against a company that violates United States and Arizona labor laws. Our employment lawyers represent employees and executives in all industries. We offer representation and personalized attention to employees who encounter employment law issues in areas including, but not limited to:
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Workplace Retaliation
  • Wage & Hours Violations
  • Severance Agreement Review
  • Employment Discrimination
  • FMLA Violations
  • Contract Disputes
  • And more…
Know the rules — Law in Phoenix, AZ
If there is one thing we can recommend to our clients, it would be don’t go at this alone! The most important decision employees have to make is which employment law firm to contact for legal advice. Our highly experienced lawyers will take the time to understand what you are going through. Why? Because we truly care about how employment law issues impact the lives of our clients. Our commitment to you is that we will fully protect your best legal interests and fight for you throughout the entire legal process. Give our office a call today to speak with one of our experienced attorneys today.

Employment Law

Sexual Harassment
Employment Contracts & Wage Claims
Non-competition Agreements / Restrictive Covenants
Public Employee Due Process
Family Medical Leave Act
Mark all applicable and get DATES OF OCCURRENCES (most have 180 day SOL)
Retaliation for reporting discrimination
Retaliation for reporting unfair wage practices
Denial of Family Medical Leave
Sexual Harassment
Did caller report within the company?
If yes, did harassment stop?
Failure to grant sick leave
Failure to pay overtime or other wages
Discrimination (sill employed) or Termination (circle one) on account of: