Employment Law

Are you an employee who has been discriminated against or harassed in the workplace because of age, gender, race or national origin, pregnancy, disability, religion, or sexual orientation?  Did you face adverse actions or retaliation because you spoke out against your employer for discriminatory practices or fraud (“whistleblowing”)? 

 

I have experience in state and federal courts dealing with discriminatory practices, including sexual harassment, race, age, gender and disability discrimination, bias in hiring, promotion, wrongful termination, etc.  I also handle wage and hour claims where an employer fails to pay overtime or provide meal and rest breaks. 

 

Having successfully represented both employees and employers in employment law cases, I can provide my clients with a unique perspective.  In addition to litigation, my practice also involves negotiation of employment agreements and review and negotiation of severance agreements.  

 

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“I interviewed 17 attorneys before I found Ada Wong.  There was an immediate trust built. She is knowledgeable and I knew more within 5 minutes than I had with my previous attorney. She's smart. She has great listening skills and she is passionate about her profession.
 – Marie B., Seattle, WA
 
“Ada was knowledgeable and helpful in the area of employment law...She was always prompt, knowledgeable, helpful and enthusiastic! If you want the best look no further.
 – Philip E., Spokane, WA

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