Employment Lawyers


Troon Law Group represents victims of workplace discrimination. We understand that these matters can be traumatic. Contact a qualified employment attorney at our firm to seek a resolution that is both effective and efficient. Best of all, we offer free consultations and you will not be obligated to pay unless we get results.


Did I experience workplace discrimination?


When an employer makes a decision regarding an employee’s performance based on factors other than productivity, this is often discrimination. An employee is discriminated against when age, race, gender, gender-identity, national origin, religion, sexual-orientation, or pregnancy play a vital role in an employer deciding on promotions, shift assignments, performance reviews, demotions, terminations or unfair disciplinary actions. We have the experience necessary to hold your employer accountable for these unfair actions.

If you or a loved one is the victim of mistreatment at work, we encourage you to turn to us. We are driven to get you the results you need to put your employer’s bad acts behind you and allow you to move forward with your life.

Federal Employment Law


Employment law is complex. Myriad state and federal statutes are involved, including the Civil Rights Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, and EEOC regulatory compliance issues. Further, the interpretation of these laws is ever-changing. Fortunately, these are challenges we can handle together. Our team of employment lawyers understand how to make the law work for you. We can represent people in all types of employment law matters, including:

  • Employment discrimination

    Regretfully, age discrimination, sex discrimination, religious discrimination, and racial discrimination are all commonplace in today's workplace. Discrimination under any of these bases typically lead to a favorable settlement for disaffected employees.

  • Sexual Harassment

    If it “seems” like you’ve been sexually harassed, you probably have. Sexual harassment is broad! Harassment may come in many forms, ranging from uncomfortable text messages to unwanted touching (i.e. physical battery). The unfortunate (and unacceptable) outcomes of sexual harassment must not be tolerated.

  • Wrongful Termination

    If you lost your job for an illegal reason, you may have legal recourse.

  • Wage & Hour Theft

    If you believe you have a claim for unpaid overtime or other theft of your wages, please contact us.