Nashville Employment Attorney Offering Experienced, Strategic Representation
A career and a job are much more important to your future than a lawsuit will ever be. Litigation is stressful, expensive and time-consuming. But if your rights have been violated while at work, it is best to consult a lawyer right away.
As the current president of the National Employment Lawyers Association , Mr. Cowan is a voice of authority on Tennessee employment law and workers’ rights. He also serves on the executive board of the National Employment Law Association. If you have been wronged at work and you are considering taking action, you need Mr. Cowan’s experience working in your favor.
Located in Nashville, Tennessee, attorney Wade B. Cowan has practiced law since 1981 and represents victims of unlawful employment practices. His areas of practice include discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination and other infringements of state and federal employment laws. Contact Mr. Cowan online today or call 615-352-2331 or 866-274-2409 for more information.
Nashville, Tennessee, Employment Lawyer
Most Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) complaints between an employer and an employee are resolved during mediation. But if your case cannot be resolved, you need a lawyer with experience. Mr. Cowan has spent the last 20 years protecting the rights of those who have been wronged by their employer.
When an employer faces legal action from an employee, the company is unlikely to admit that it violated the law. You need an experienced lawyer on your side who can conduct a comprehensive investigation to support your case.
You will also want to speak with an attorney if you have questions about a violation of state or federal employment law regarding your employer that remains unresolved. Mr. Cowan has been named President of the National Employment Lawyers Assoication and understands that each case is unique. What may be the ideal outcome for one client may not apply to the next client. Ask him about your situation right away.