Representation From An Experienced Employee Rights Law Firm
Kessler Matura P.C. attorneys are leaders in advancing employee rights and successfully recovering millions of dollars for workers across the country.
With a half century of experience, we are fiercely dedicated to workplace fairness by fighting for unpaid wages, overtime pay, and protecting workers from discrimination and harassment.
At Kessler Matura we advocate for employees on Long Island, the New York City metro area, and across the nation, on both an individual and class action basis, with skill and compassion.
Our attorneys protect employees from big employers across the country.
Representing employees on Long Island, the New York City metro area, and across the nation.
Unpaid Wages & Overtime
Harassment & Hostile Work Environment
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For many years we have successfully represented employees from a wide range of fields in numerous types of employment matters. From business executives, doctors and financial advisors to restaurant workers and laborers, we have worked to secure the best outcome possible.
We only represent employees, never employers. If you are facing on-the-job harassment, not receiving proper wages, believe you were wrongfully terminated, or need help negotiating an employment or severance agreement, let us advocate for you.
We take pride in standing up for hard-working people.
The coronavirus outbreak is having a dramatic effect on work throughout the country, and in particular, here in New York. Kessler Matura wants to make sure you are aware of your employment rights. We have prepared a fact sheet explaining how federal, state, and local...
Many teenagers seek work to obtain experience or even earn extra money during the school year, or perhaps when they come home from college. Often, teens find their first job in the retail or food service industry.However, neither a teen’s job nor age means they...
The Equal Pay Act of 1963 requires employers to pay workers the same, regardless of their gender. Even though this law has been in effect for years, many female employees still make only an average of 82% of what their male counterparts do.However, a new law could be...