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We are proud to advocate on behalf of employees facing a variety of issues. We understand that people suffering from labor and employment issues are dealing with a lot. They need an attorney who is responsive and compassionate.

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25 Years of experience serving high quality Employment Law services

The experienced lawyers at The Law Office of David A. Branch and Associates have what it takes to get our clients the best outcomes. We strive to provide our clients not only high-quality legal services, but also the utmost respect. We believe that, during stressful times, it’s a lawyer’s job to offer their clients reassurance. We guarantee our clients a tailor-made and targeted solution to their labor and employment needs.

Employment Discrimination
Employment Contracts
Wage Negotiations
Racial Discrimination
Gender Discrimination
Whistleblower Cases

Areas of Practice

Our office offers specialized experience in labor and employment matters. We have over 25 years’ experience representing employees in a variety of employment matters. We have successfully handled claims against some of the largest companies in the country as well as several departments of the Federal Government.

Employment Discrimination

If you believe you’ve been the victim of any sort of employment discrimination, our team of skilled attorneys is prepared to get you the compensation you deserve.

Employment Contracts

When we’re offered a new job or promotion, we’re often so excited that we don’t really pay attention to the paperwork placed in front of us.

Federal Employees

Non-Competes, Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA), Partnership agreements, 401K contributions, or employee handbook violations.

In The News

We have received a mandate to take on racism at its very core and we have filed a discrimination lawsuit against the Jamestown Yorktown Foundation, the site of the first African Slaves in America in 1969.

News Coverage of Hill vs. Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation

A former employee is suing the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, saying she faced years of racial discrimination at the state agency.

Laura Hill, 44, worked part-time at the Jamestown Settlement — one of the region’s biggest tourist attractions — for 12 years until being fired in October.

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25 Years of Experience in Various Cases in Employment Law

We help people effectively fight their offenders back and successfully defend their own stand!


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