Murray Law welcomes the opportunity to provide experienced counsel and representation to employees.
We represent employees working in any position in any occupation, industry, or sector.
We represent working people, staff members, supervisors, managers, executives, professionals, employees, former employees, and applicants.
Murray Law represents individuals facing wrongful discharge, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and adverse actions about the terms and conditions of employment.
Attorney Steven Murray, the owner of Murray Law, has successfully represented employees, former employees, and applicants concerning a broad range of issues, including obtaining jury verdicts for clients in employment cases before the United States District Court for the District of Colorado.
Steven has secured favorable outcomes for employees in litigation before multiple United States District Courts, federal, state, and local government agencies, and in mediation proceedings.Employee Rights
Employees face crucial legal challenges in their employment.
A vast disparity of resources exists most often between the employee and employer, i.e., a large corporate employer or government agency.
In any position, an employee has personal, professional, and financial interests at stake.
An employee should seek experienced employment counsel when a potential employment problem becomes apparent. Through counsel, the employee will learn of the rights and remedies in issue, and the proper procedures to address the problem.Discrimination & Harassment & Hostile Work Environment
Employment discrimination is unlawful. Harassment, including a hostile work environment, is unlawful employment discrimination when based on a protected trait, i.e., race or sex.
Federal and Colorado law prohibits employers from discriminating against individuals on these bases:
- National Origin
- Sexual Orientation
- Pregnancy | Childbirth | Related Medical Conditions
- Disability: Reasonable Accommodation: Disability
- Religion | Religious Beliefs | Religious Practices & Observances
- Religion: Reasonable Accommodation
- Colorado: Marital Status | Domestic Abuse Victim | Lawful Off-Duty Conduct
Federal and Colorado law prohibit an employer from discharging an employee because the employee:
- Participated in an employment proceeding, such as filing a charge of discrimination with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or the Colorado Civil Rights Division.
- Opposed discrimination under the law, such as filing an informal complaint of discrimination with the employer.
- Participated in a proceeding by assisting, testifying, or participating in any investigation, litigation, or proceeding under the employment law, such as serving as a witness in an internal investigation of a discrimination charge or practice.
- Wrongful Discharge
- Adverse Actions by Employer:
- Failure or Refusal to Hire
- Termination of Employment.
- Adverse Performance Action
- Compensation, Wages, Benefits
- Promotion, Demotion, Job Assignments
- Denial of contract rights or rights under the law
Murray Law represents individuals in these forums and proceedings:
- Federal & State Courts: Civil Actions, Litigation, Trials, Appeals
- Federal, State, and Local Government Agency Proceedings
- Federal & State Administrative Agencies: EEO Charges & Investigations
- Arbitration & Mediation & Dispute Resolution
- Professional Licensure Proceedings
- Employee Grievances
- Employee Defense to employer’s allegations of wrongful conduct.
Murray Law welcomes the opportunity to counsel and represent individuals confronting adverse actions and a potential derivation of rights in employment.
Please contact Murray Law at 720-600-6642.