Washington DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

ABOUT Correia & Puth, PLLC

Employment Discrimination Law Firm, Sexual Harassment Lawyers, Race Discrimination Attorneys, Severance Agreement Attorney, Washington, DC Employment Lawyers, Employee Advocates in Washington, DC.

Correia & Puth, PLLC is dedicated to representing employees confronting sexual harassment, retaliation, workplace discrimination and unfair treatment. The firm's lawyers have decades of experience aggressively fighting discrimination, retaliation, and sexual harassment in the workplace. The firm also advocates for employees in severance negotiations, seeks to protect disability and leave rights, and counsels employees facing workplace difficulties. Correia & Puth's lawyers have earned a reputation as fierce advocates for employee rights.

Correia & Puth, PLLC has earned recognition both locally and nationally by U.S. News & World Reports “Best Law Firms,” and is rated as among the top “Tier 1” law firms in the areas of both Civil Rights Law and Litigation – Labor & Employment. Linda Correia and Jonathan Puth are recognized leaders in the law and have been selected for inclusion by both Super Lawyers and The Best Lawyers in America® for their work representing employees. Both were selected by Trial Lawyers for Public Justice as Trial Lawyer of the Year in 2000 for their work as co-counsel in a sex discrimination case that garnered the largest employment discrimination award in the history of the Civil Rights Act. The lawyers at Correia & Puth have achieved a reputation as tenacious advocates for their clients.

The partners at Correia & Puth, PLLC have presided over or directed organizations dedicated to advancing workplace rights and the fair administration of justice, including the National Employment Lawyers Association, the Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association, Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan Washington, D.C., and the Washington Bar Association.

U.S. News & World Reports has rated Correia & Puth, PLLC as a Tier 1 Civil Rights and Employment law firm, and members of the firm have been selected for inclusion by Super Lawyers and The Best Lawyers in America® 2012 for their work representing employees The lawyers at Correia & Puth have achieved a reputation as tenacious advocates for their clients.

Correia & Puth is dedicated to the protection and advancement of the civil rights of employees and to workplace fairness. We represent individuals who have experienced workplace discrimination, sexual harassment, and retaliation. We also regularly counsel employees regarding severance agreements, contracts, and worked to recover employees' unpaid wages and commissions.

At Correia & Puth, we are fierce advocates for the rights of employees. Our dedication to civil rights drives our motivation to reach the best possible results for our clients. For 30 years, our DC employment lawyers have represented employees with a variety of legal disputes with their employers.

We also have the privilege of representing the Hartman Class Action case, a class action sex discrimination case against the Voice of America and U.S. Information Agency in which the firm won the largest employment discrimination award in the history of the Civil Rights Act. Upon awarding Trial Lawyer of the Year honors to Bruce Fredrickson, Linda Correia, Jonathan Puth, and former associate Jeff Fallon, the president of the Trial Lawyers for Public Justice Foundation remarked:

"These attorneys exemplify how trial lawyers use their skills and determination to create a more just society."

As trial advocates, Correia & Puth has a proven track record representing employees in lawsuits against employers. Our practice is devoted to the rights of employees with the following types of claims:

-Sexual Harassment

-Retaliation

-Severance Agreements

-Title IX Claims

-Whistleblower Retaliation

-Accommodations for Disabilities

-Representation of Federal Employees

-Sexual Orientation Discrimination

-Gender Identity Discrimination

-Sex Discrimination

-Race Discrimination

-Age Discrimination

-Disability Discrimination

-Family and Medical Leave Protections

-Pregnancy Discrimination

-Wage & Commission Claims

-Protecting Veteran's & Service Members (USERRA)

-National Origin Discrimination

-Religious Discrimination

-Family Responsibilities Discrimination.

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Areas of LAW

  • Administrative
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Employment
  • Sexual Harassment

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