WAGE FRAUD AND OVERTIME

EMPLOYMENT LAW: WAGE FRAUD AND OVERTIME PAY

Wage and Hour Fraud

Wage fraud costs employees throughout Virginia untold financial losses every year. These financial losses cause additional pressures that often ruin marriages and break apart families. Leaving money on the table is simply not an option for our clients. That’s why we offer legal advice in wage fraud matters that is uniquely results-oriented.

We are very aware of the difficult personal dimension involved in wage fraud issues. We have years of experience advocating for employees under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, and other federal and state protections. We fight back on behalf of our clients seeking to recover from a wide variety of work-related financial losses, including:

  • Wage fraud
  • Unpaid overtime
  • Wage-and-hour claims
  • Failure to pay commissions
  • Unpaid salary
  • Unpaid benefits

As experienced employment law attorneys in Alexandria, we possess the tested legal judgment that clients confidently rely on during wage fraud disputes throughout Alexandria, Fairfax, and Northern Virginia. We leverage this experience when we go to bat for you to maximize the likelihood of returning you to dignified and productive work with your current or future employer.

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Employment Law Attorney

Rebecca Janet Wade

Ms. Wade has represented clients charged with a wide range of offenses from traffic offenses to serious felonies such as aggravated malicious wounding, drug distribution, and sex crimes. Ms. Wade has tried over two dozen jury trials and hundreds of bench trials. Additionally, Ms. Wade has experience handling appeals and has appeared numerous times at the Court of Appeals of Virginia and the Supreme Court of Virginia, earning victories in both Courts.

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