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Mitchell L. Feldman Esq. 
Tampa, Florida Office
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6940 W. Linebaugh Avenue, Suite 101
Tampa, Florida  33625

(Hillsborough Co.)
Mailing Address: 6040 W. Linebaugh Avenue, suite 101, Tampa, Florida, 33625
Telephone: 813-906-8178
Telephone: 813 639 9366
Fax: 813-639-9376

http://www.floridatrialattorneys.net



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Office Hours:
Monday: 08:30 AM-05:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:30 AM-05:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM-05:00 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM-05:00 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM-05:00 PM
Saturday: -
Other hours by appointment.
Sunday: -
Other hours by appointment.


About this office:

Experienced Tampa Lawyer Protecting Employees' Rights

At Mitchell L. Feldman, Esq. we represent employees who have suffered discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination and other unfair treatment at work. Our trial attorneys have decades of combined experience handling employment litigation, practicing in state and federal courts. We serve clients in Tampa, Atlanta and throughout Florida and Georgia.

Employment Law Overview

Employment law covers all facets of the relationship between employer and employee — from the hiring process and conduct in the workplace to layoffs and termination. Federal and state governments have created thousands of statutes, administrative regulations and judicial decisions in an effort to protect and empower employees.

Here is a brief explanation of the main federal statutes governing employment law:

•Employment discrimination: Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Civil Rights Act of 1991 outlaw unequal treatment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin.

•Sexual harassment: Also under Title VII, this provision declares it illegal for employers to make sexual advances or engage in other offensive conduct that creates a hostile work environment.

•Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA): This prohibits the unequal treatment of workers based on their age and applies to workers over 40.

•Disability discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA):This refers to a refusal to hire or refusal to make reasonable accommodations in the workplace.

•Family leave discrimination under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Pregnancy Discrimination Act: Firing or retaliating against an employee because she becomes pregnant or for taking FMLA leave is illegal. The Pregnancy Discrimination Act sought to prevent the unfair treatment of women in the workplace because of pregnancy, childbirth or maternity leave.

•Wrongful termination: This occurs when an employer fires or discharges an employee on the basis of discrimination or for reporting employer abuses.

•Whistleblower claims: This refers to retaliation for reporting illegal activityand filing claims. According to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FSLA), it is unlawful for companies to retaliate against or get even with workers who file a complaint regarding their employer's alleged unlawful policies, whether or not the alleged violation turns out to be lawful.

•Wage and hour claims: Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, employers must pay minimum wage and overtime to eligible (nonexempt) employees.

•Employment agreements: This includes litigation of non-compete agreements and other employment contracts that create undue burdens on employees.

Florida Civil Rights Act

Florida's parallel Civil Rights Act protects employees in the same classifications, meaning it is a parallel law to the federal legislation noted above. This means workers are protected by both state and federal employment laws. Our lawyers can advocate on your behalf in filing a charge with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the Florida Commission on Human Rights.

Employers may write the paychecks and have the authority to hire and fire, but when they abuse that power, they may be violating state and federal laws meant to protect workers from unfair treatment in the workplace. Taking action against an employer is a daunting process, but we'll fight for you and hold the employer legally responsible for violating your rights as a worker.

Contact Us for Strong Employment Law Representation.



 

Statement of Practice Summary:
Labor and Employment; Whistleblower Claims; Overtime Wage Claims; Fair Labor Standards Act; Civil Rights; Discrimination and Harassment; Insurance Coverage Disputes; Commercial Litigation; Business Litigation; Contract Disputes; Non-compete Agreements; Real Estate; Real Property Litigation; Real Estate Deposit; Investment Recovery; Corporate Libel and Slander; Business and Contractual Tortuous Interference; Workers Compensation; Wrongful Termination; Personal Injury; Wrongful Death; Mediation, Business mediation; Affirmative Action; Age Discrimination in Employment; Americans With Disabilities Act; Caregiver Discrimination; Child Labor Law; Civil Service; Collective Bargaining; Confidentiality Agreements; Covenants Not To Compete; Employee Discipline; Employee Drug Testing; Employee Leasing; Employee Privacy; Employee Rights; Employer Intentional Torts; Employer Liability; Employer Rights; Employment Arbitration; Employment Breach of Contract; Employment Civil Rights; Employment Claims; Employment Class Actions; Employment Contracts; Employment Defense; Employment Discrimination; Employment Disability Discrimination; Employment Law; Employment Litigation; Employment Mediation; Employment Practices Liability Insurance; Employment Rights; Employment Terminiation; Employment at Will; Equal Employment Opportunity Law; Executive Employment Law; Executive Severance Contracts; Executive Transfers; Fair Employment Practices; Fair Labor Standards; Family and Medical Leave Act; Federal Employment Law; Harassment; Human Resources Law; International Employment Contracts; International Labor Law; Labor Antitrust; Labor Arbitration; Labor Law; Labor Legislation; Labor Relations; Labor Strikes; Management Employment Law; Management Labor Law; Minimum Wage Law; National Labor Relations Act; National Origin Discrimination; Negligent Hiring; Noncompete Litigation; Noncompetition and Non-Solicitation Agreements; Outsourcing; Personnel Policies; Personnel Training; Pregnancy Discrimination; Prevailing Wage Litigation; Public Sector Collective Bargaining; Public Sector Employment Law; Public Sector Labor Relations; Reductions in Force; Restrictive Covenants; Retaliatory Discharge; Security Clearances; Sexual Harassment; Title VII Discrimination; Unfair Labor Practices; Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA); Union Contract Negotiations; Union Elections; Union Labor Law; Union Organization; WARN Act; Wage and Hour Class Actions; Wage and Hour Law; Whistleblower Litigation; Workplace Violence; Wrongful Termination Defense; Business Law; Business Arbitration; Business Associations Law; Business Cooperatives; Business Crimes; Business Development; Business Dissolutions; Business Enterprises; Business Estate Planning; Business Formation; Business Fraud; Business Mediation; Business Organization; Business Planning; Business Regulation; Business Reorganization; Business Start-Ups; Business Succession Planning; Business Successions; Business Syndication; Business Taxation; Business Torts; Business Transactions; Business Transfers; Business Trusts; Business Valuation; Buy-Sell Agreements; Buying and Selling of Businesses; Closely Held Business Law; Closely Held Business Estate Planning; Closely Held Business Taxation; Complex Business Litigation; Cooperative Taxation; Emerging Business Law; Emerging Growth Companies; Entrepreneurial Business Law; Family Business Law; Family Business Mediation; Family Business Successions; International Business Law; International Joint Ventures; Joint Ventures; Limited Liability Company Law; Minority Business Law; Pass-Through Entities; Private Business Law; Privatization; Professional Practices; Small Business Law; Sole Proprietorships; Strategic Alliances; Trade Association Law; Trade and Professional Associations; Accidents; Animal Attacks; Aquatic Injuries; Automobile Accidents; Automobile Negligence; Bicycle Accidents; Boating Accidents; Bodily Injury; Brain Injury; Bus Accidents; Carpal Tunnel Syndrome; Catastrophic Injury; Commercial Vehicle Liability; Cumulative Trauma; Dog Bites; Electrical Injury; Electromagnetic Field Litigation; Head Injury; Motor Vehicle Accidents; Motorcycle Accidents; Neurolaw; Pedestrian Injuries; Personal Injury Appeals; Personal Injury Arbitration; Personal Injury Defense; Personal Injury Mediation; Plaintiffs Personal Injury; Power Line Contact Injury; Psychological Injury; Rental Vehicle Litigation; Repetitive Stress Injury; School Bus Accidents; Severe Burns; Sexual Abuse; Slip and Fall; Spinal Injury; Subway Accidents; TMJ Dysfunction; Third Party Wrongful Death; Tourist Injuries; Transfusion Associated AIDS; Traumatic Brain Injury; Unintended Acceleration; Whiplash; Adverse Possession; Boundary Disputes; Common Interest Community Law; Community Association Law; Condominium Association Law; Condominium Conversions; Condominium Development; Condominium Law; Condominium Timeshares; Conservation Easements; Conveyancing; Cooperative Conversions; Cooperative Housing Association Law; Cooperative Housing Law; Easements; Historic Conservation Easements; Homeowners Association Law; International Real Estate; Land Acquisitions; Land Sales; Land Trusts; Manufactured Housing Law; Mixed Use Development; Mobile Home Law; Planned Unit Development Law; Property Management; Quiet Title; Real Estate Acquisitions; Real Estate Arbitration; Real Estate Banking Law; Real Estate Bankruptcy; Real Estate Brokerage Law; Real Estate Brokers Licensing; Real Estate Brokers Malpractice; Real Estate Brokers Malpractice Defense; Real Estate Brokers and Agents Liability; Real Estate Collections; Real Estate Contracts; Real Estate Development; Real Estate Errors and Omissions; Real Estate Exchanges; Real Estate Finance; Real Estate Foreclosure; Real Estate Fraud; Real Estate Investment; Real Estate Investment Taxation; Real Estate Investment Trusts; Real Estate Joint Ventures; Real Estate Leasing; Real Estate Litigation; Real Estate Mediation; Real Estate Partnerships; Real Estate Restructuring; Real Estate Sales; Real Estate Secured Lending; Real Estate Securities; Real Estate Settlements; Real Estate Syndication; Real Estate Tax Appeals; Real Estate Tax Assessment; Real Estate Tax Foreclosure; Real Estate Tax Liens; Real Estate Taxation; Real Estate Title; Real Estate Title Examination; Real Estate Title Insurance; Real Estate Trade Association Law; Real Estate Valuation; Real Estate Workouts; Real Property; Real Property Acquisitions; Real Property Development; Real Property Finance; Residential Real Estate; Residential Real Estate Acquisitions; Residential Real Estate Development; Residential Real Estate Finance; Residential Real Estate Foreclosure; Residential Real Estate Sales; Right of Way Easements; Waterfront Development.

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The Continued Misclassification of Employees as Independent Contractors, Part 2. The Prime Examples of Cable Installers and Exotic Dancers
Mitchell Lloyd Feldman, November 8, 2016
The FLSA is a remedial statute, meant to provide a remedy for workers whose employers do not pay employees a fair and reasonable wage for the hours worked and to provide laws governing the compensation of employees, hence the title of the act: The "FAIR Labor" Standards Act. Many...



Year Established: 2009

Languages: english, spanish.


Member of the Florida Bar, Georgia State Bar and the Federal Bar.



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