From Workplaces To Courtrooms, We Fight For Ohio Workers

Some of the hardest working people in the world live here in Ohio. Nurses, teachers, plumbers, cable TV installers, software developers, firefighters and many others. Unfortunately, they sometimes find themselves in disputes with employers over things such as pay, benefits and working conditions. Like you, they understand that taking on an employer requires the assistance of a skilled labor and employment law attorney devoted to fighting for workplace justice.

The skilled, passionate attorneys of the Cincinnati law firm of Cook & Logothetis help workers across southwest Ohio and northern Kentucky fight for their rights, for proper treatment and for the compensation and benefits they have earned.

Representing And Advising Labor Unions

We are proud to represent labor unions in collective bargaining negotiations and in arbitration of grievances. Our labor law attorneys also represent craft unions, industry unions and public employee unions in Department of Labor investigations and in hearings before the National Labor Relations Board.

We also advise unions on contract negotiations and on matters involving membership, elections, bylaws and government interactions.

In addition, our law firm represents unions in complex ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) matters such as compliance, disputes and administration. Our skilled lawyers also represent workers, union staff plans and others in disability claims, insurance benefits denial and related employee ERISA disputes.

We also represent union members and other employees in class-action lawsuits involving employee benefits, wages, hours, overtime and discrimination.

Representing CEOs, Managers And Executives

The attorneys of Cook & Logothetis, LLC, also have extensive experience representing CEOs, managers and other executives in contract negotiations, and in negotiations over compensation, severance packages and benefits.

In many cases, not only are CEOs and other members of management asked to sign noncompete agreements, but so are others who have been offered jobs but are asked to sign the agreements before their hiring is formalized. Before signing a noncompete clause, speak with a labor law attorney who knows not only the law, but understands the real-world consequences of noncompetes.

Call Us

The process of getting the skilled representation you need begins with a call to us toll free at 888-339-0443 or locally at 513-878-1799. You can also use our online form.