Phillips & Associates has established itself as the go to law firm in New York for victims of sexual harassment and discrimination. Most recently, Phillips & Associates was selected as one of the “10 Best Employment & Labor Law Firms” in New York” by the American Institute of Legal Counsel. Additionally, many of our attorneys have achieved “best of” status in employment law. In fact, we have 10 attorneys who have achieved “Super Lawyer” ranking among the top employment attorneys in New York. We also have four employment attorneys who are members of the prestigious “Million Dollar Advocates Forum”. Membership here is limited only to attorneys who have won or settled million and multi-million-dollar verdicts and settlements.
Phillips & Associates is a workplace discrimination law firm serving the New York City and Tri-State area. Over the past seven years, our attorneys have obtained over $85,000,000 in settlements and verdicts for victims of discrimination. We expect to surpass $100,000,000 in 2018. Most of our verdicts and settlements are single plaintiff employment related cases; not class action civil rights cases or personal injury cases. Many other employment lawyers have never handled a case over $200,000 let alone $1 million. We have multiple attorneys with experience handling high value cases. Very few plaintiff’s firms can match our depth of knowledge and experience in employment law.
At Phillips & Associates, we understand that being the victim of discrimination or sexual harassment in the workplace is a very difficult experience. Workplace discrimination or sexual harassment can undermine your job performance and personal life, as well as damage your sense of well-being and dignity. Our firm is dedicated to helping our clients achieve the justice they deserve and restore a sense of control over their lives. If you are being treated unfairly based on a protected trait or experiencing sexual harassment, there are legal recourses available to you. However, the statute of limitations to bring job-related claims is brief, so it is in your best interests to consult an attorney as soon as possible.