If you have an employment law issue, you need a law firm that is aggressive, has extensive experience and a track record of success in representing clients in employment disputes, and will represent you with integrity. Reavey Law attorneys work hard to do all of these things for you when representing your interests.
At times, an employer may take action against an employee that is both unfair and illegal. Call us if you believe your employer has made an employment decision based on:
• YOUR GENDER
• YOUR AGE
• RACE OR ETHNIC BACKGROUND
• A DISABILITY
• WORKERS COMPENSATION CLAIM OR INJURY
• A REQUEST FOR, OR TAKING OF, FMLA LEAVE
• PREGNANCY OR CHILDBIRTH
• YOUR RELIGIOUS BELIEFS
• A COMPLAINT YOU MADE CONCERNING UNLAWFUL CONDUCT
• IF YOU HAVE BEEN HARASSED OR RETALIATED AGAINST BASED ON ANY OF THE ABOVE CRITERIA, THIS, LIKEWISE IS UNLAWFUL.
• IF YOUR EMPLOYER FAILS TO PAY YOU YOUR PROPER WAGES OR OVERTIME COMPENSATION
If any of the above describes your situation, you should speak with an experienced attorney at our firm who will vigorously represent your interests.
The founder of our firm, Patrick Reavey, has extensive experience representing clients in employment law matters. Before starting his own practice, Mr. Reavey was an employment law attorney at a large Kansas City law firm. Mr. Reavey currently serves as City Attorney for three cities in Kansas — Wellsville, De Soto and Edgerton — and as prosecutor for Wellsville. He also provides employment law consulting to the cities of Lawrence, Kansas, and Merriam, Kansas. Attorney Kevin Koc worked for several years as a human resources manager for an organization of over five hundred employees, and since 2004 has exclusively practiced in the area of employment law.
The combined experience of our attorneys enables us to respond to arguments that the other side of an employment case may put forth. And that in turn enhances our ability to provide high quality representation to our firm’s clients. Mr. Reavey and Mr. Koc are licensed in the States of Missouri and Kansas, and both regularly practice in the federal and state courts of both states.
To discuss your employment law matter with a Kansas City employment lawyer who combines large firm experience with a commitment to personal service, contact our Kansas City office for a free initial consultation.