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US Steel Tower
600 Grant St, 49th Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15219




Ruppert Manes Narahari represents Pennsylvania workers when legal issues arise at work. Discrimination, harassment, and retaliation in the workplace are unlawful. As an employee, you have legal rights guaranteed to you under state and federal law. But when employers violate the law, it's sometimes necessary to stand up to them by taking action. 

We make sure that our clients don't have to battle entire companies on their own.

We help our Pennsylvania clients every day with all sorts of issues related to employment law. If you have an employment law issue, contact us today for a free legal consultation with one of our attorneys. 

Wrongful Termination

Sexual Harassment

Severance Agreements

Disability Discrimination

Numerous state and federal laws protect employees from wrongful termination, such as when the termination is motivated by an illegal discriminatory factor.

Sexual harassment in the workplace is unlawful. It can come in the form of unwanted sexual touching, jokes, or comments.

Employers offer severance in exchange for you giving up your legal rights. Before you sign, you should make sure you aren't signing away a strong legal claim.

When employees have a disability, the law requires employers to provide a reasonable accommodation. The law also prohibits retaliation against the disabled worker.

Age Discrimination



Gender Discrimination

Older workers (over 40) are protected by the law because employers frequently target them for unfair treatment and termination.

The Family and Medical Leave Act forces employers to provide 12 weeks of leave to employees when they or a loved one experiences a serious medical issue.

When an employee reports an unlawful practice or helps with an investigation, the employer is prohibited from retaliating against him or her.

The law requires employers to treat men and women equally. They are not allowed to use gender as a factor to make hiring, firing, promotion, or discipline decisions.

Contract Review

Job Preservation

LGBT Discrimination

Reverse Discrimination

Executive employment agreements, severance agreements, and non-compete agreements should all be reviewed by an employment lawyer before signing.

An employment lawyer may be able to stop a company from proceeding with imminent termination and instead win continued employment.

LGBT employees should not have to face discrimination, harassment, or bullying in the workplace.

Discrimination against white or male employees is just as illegal as other types of discrimination.

Military Discrimination

Non-Compete Agreements

Religious Discrimination

Unemployment Benefits

USERRA is a federal law making it illegal for employers to discriminate in the workplace against military service members and veterans.

Non-Compete or Non-Competition Agreements try to stop employees from leaving to work for a competitor. They may be enforceable, or they may be vulnerable to legal challenge.

Employees in the United States have certain religious protections at work, and they cannot be discriminated against due to their religious beliefs and practices.

Most workers who lose a job are entitled to unemployment compensation benefits, but the process often involves appeals and legal arguments that a lawyer can help with.