• Justin Cordello
    The Employee's Attorney

    Phone: 585-857-9684

Justin Cordello, esq.

Rochester, NY Employment Law Attorney

Call an experienced Labor & Employment Attorney at 585-857-9684 to learn about your workplace rights in New York State.

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Good News: All employees in New York State have significant workplace rights.

Bad News: Most employees are unaware of these rights and fail to take advantage of the laws that were designed to protect them.

I have dedicated my law practice to resolving workplace issues. Please contact me if you believe your workplace rights have been violated or if you are uncertain what rights you may have. Be aware that important deadlines may affect your workplace rights and any money you may be entitled to.

- Justin Cordello, Esq.

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Know Your Workplace Rights

Because we spend a lot of time at work our jobs are big part of who we are. We all deserve fair treatment and respect in the workplace. I am committed to your rights at work and will fight to protect these basic legal rights—like a fair minimum wage, workplace safety and freedom from discrimination. Standing up to your employer and voicing your workplace concerns isn’t just important for individual workers—it strengthens the economy as a whole.


If you feel you have lost your job for reasons that were not fair, you should speak with an attorney to learn more about your best course of action.

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No employer can discriminate in hiring, firing, pay or promotions based on protected characteristics including age, disability, gender, pregnancy, race, color, ethnicity or national origin, religion, or immigration status.

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If your current or past employer owes you unpaid wages, including bonuses, commissions, gratuities or tips, you may have a legal claim.

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It is illegal to be forced to agree to sexual favors to keep your job or get a promotion or job benefit. It is also illegal to be subjected to severe and pervasive comments or behavior at your workplace that creates a hostile work environment.

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Employment Lawsuits

Employment disputes represent nearly 25% of all litigation in federal courts, and a higher percentage in most state courts.


Employee Judgments

67% of employment cases result in a judgment for the employee when taken to litigation.

Average cost of an out-of-court settlement for employment related cases: $40,000

Average defense cost for an employment related lawsuit, through trial: $45,000

Median compensatory award for employment practices liability insurance cases: $218,000

Sources: XcelHR, CNA Insurance, and the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission)

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