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For nearly 2 decades, Philadelphia employment lawyer David Koller has been helping employees in Pennsylvania and New Jersey who have experienced discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination and more.

Philadelphia Employment Lawyers

Serving Pennsylvania & New Jersey

For nearly 2 decades, Philadelphia employment lawyer David Koller has been helping employees in Pennsylvania and New Jersey who have experienced discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination and retaliation at work.

Our Employment Lawyers Are Different

Trial Experience & Empathy

A lot of employment law attorneys advise their clients to settle their cases and avoid trial. We treat employment law cases differently because we’ve been in your shoes. Early in his career, firm founder David Koller suffered a debilitating knee injury and filed an ADA disability discrimination claim against his then-employer, a law firm in Philadelphia. This gives Koller Law a unique perspective and passion for pursuing justice. At Koller Law, clients can expect compassion, empathy and a willingness to pursue employment cases as far as possible – trial and appeal, if necessary. See our latest employment law results.

June 2022 Update: Our Latest Employment Law Win

Koller Law Firm is representing 3 workers in a wrongful termination case against a car dealership in Monroe County, PA. The case involves our clients’ claim that they were terminated after refusing to report to work in violation of a government order that shut down all non-essential businesses during the 2020 COVID pandemic. Last month, a judge ruled that the case would go forward, denying the employer’s preliminary objections. This case expands the public policy exception to the at-will employment doctrine in PA and highlights Koller Law’s continuing efforts to push the envelope when it comes to employee rights. View the June 16, 2022 Opinion and Order.

Jury Verdict Against Main Line Health – Workplace Retaliation & Punitive Damages (Nov. 1, 2021)

Client was a nurse practitioner who reported misconduct of her supervisor, the head of a medical department at Main Line Health. She was then forced to resign after being threatened with suspension and termination. A federal jury found in the client’s favor and awarded punitive damages.

Major Federal Appellate Court Decision, Minarsky v. Susquehanna Co., Sexual Harassment Case (2018)

Despite getting an unfavorable decision, Dave Koller was not satisfied. He disagreed with the law, so he continued to fight for his client, a secretary who was sexually harassed by her supervisor over the course of years. In a landmark decision for employee rights, the 3rd Circuit Ct. of Appeals found in his client’s favor, holding that harassed employees can pursue their rights even if they don’t report the conduct or suffer an adverse employment action. The case settled shortly after the decision, and is cited across the country to advance rights of victims of sexual harassment.

Trial Award Against Online University – Race Discrimination & Wrongful Termination (June 2021)

Client was an African American woman who was terminated after reporting race discrimination by her supervisor. After reporting the discrimination, no investigation was conducted, in violation of policy.  Client was awarded back pay, front pay, emotional damages, and attorney’s fees and costs, plus interest.

Koller Law - In the News

Koller Law’s employment cases and founder David Koller have been featured in national and local media. Learn more.

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NJ Atty Ethics Office Hit With Lawyer’s Retaliation Suit (Sept. 16, 2022)

Koller Law has filed a workplace discrimination and retaliation case on behalf of a former attorney at the Office of Attorney Ethics of the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

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David Koller interviewed by Action News (Jan. 14, 2022)

David Koller interviewed on Action News about the impact of a recent U.S. Supreme Court employment decision on Philadelphia employees.

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Sexual harassment lawsuit vs. CATA to trial next year (Sept. 15, 2021)

Not every case needs to go to trial, and we recognize that clients may not want to go to trial, but sometimes trial is the only way to get justice. -David Koller

Employment Lawyers

Koller Law, LLC is a proven Employment Law Firm that has been providing representation and legal counsel for both employees and employers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. As a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Villanova Law School, founder David Koller takes great pride in being an advocate and a voice for his clients – regardless of background, race, national origin, religion, lifestyle preference, or disability, in all aspects of employment matters.

Employment Law Is What We Do Best,
So Why Settle for Anyone Else

We provide representation and legal counsel to employees in Philadelphia, throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey! Find out that we have the experience when it comes to employment law matters and schedule your consult today.

For Employees

When dealing with employment matters that involve sexual harassment, discrimination, or wrongful termination you need an experienced advocate in your corner.

For Employers

Koller Law Firm has helped all types of businesses all over Pennsylvania and New Jersey with employment matters, providing sound advice backed by years of experience.

Employment Law News & Updates

Follow along as we post news and updates about changes to the laws, or even cases we have won for our clients that had sought us out to provide them with expert legal counsel for their employment matters.

Major Sexual Harassment Law Update: Effective March 3, 2022, an amendment to the Federal Arbitration Act prevents forced arbitration in workplace sexual harassment lawsuits. Generally, employers prefer arbitration over trial, since arbitration tends to benefit employers over employees. This pro-victim law will change the way employers approach resolution of sexual harassment lawsuits. Read the White House briefing.

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Last updated: October 26, 2022

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