Employment Law & Litigation

Most employment is "at-will." You can quit or be fired for almost any reason. However, there are exceptions to that general rule and there are employee rights. Employers are not allowed to dismiss an employee for their age, race, sex, pregnancy, national origin, color, union activity or in violation of public policy. They also cannot fire someone for seeking a legitimate benefit like workers' compensation. If you face sexual harassment or a wrongful termination, call Cook & Logothetis for a consultation. Our attorneys can assist you in getting the compensation you should have had.

Types of Employment cases we have handled

We can help you with any kind of employment litigation. We have assisted our clients with:

  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) claims
  • Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) disputes, also called wage and hour disputes
  • Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) lawsuits
  • discrimination claims - race, gender, age and pregnancy.
  • constructive and retaliatory discharge claims
  • non-compete and confidentiality agreement disputes
  • sexual harassment claims

What we Believe

We know that most people have to work. Making a living in a discriminatory or hostile environment takes away more than wages or benefits in the present. It takes away money that person would have earned if they stayed or were promoted when they should have been. Furthermore, discrimination robs an employee of their dignity, confidence and self-esteem. It causes emotional stress that can spill over into their home life.

We don't believe that's right. Employers who act that way must be brought to justice. If you believe you have been the victim of discrimination, wrongfully discharged or your employment rights violated, give our law firm a call to talk about your case.

Contact Cook & Logothetis to speak to an employment discrimination lawyer.

Cook & Logothetis serves clients in the Cincinnati, Ohio area and Northern Kentucky, including the cities of Fairfield, Dayton, Springfield, Hamilton, Middletown, Covington and Fort Wright.