David Koller is a proven Employment Lawyer that has been providing representation and legal counsel for both employees and employers in Philadelphia, PA and New Jersey for over 16 years. As a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Villanova Law School, David 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.
Who We Work For
Whether you are an employee, or an employer, David Koller is well-versed in employment law and is passionate about helping those who have been wronged.
David has represented many people in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and as a result, he recognizes the importance of confidentiality. Contact him today to get started.
Koller Law has the experience to handle a wide range of employment matters from Sexual Harassment, Wrongful Termination, Employment Litigation, and more.
Philadelphia Employment Lawyer
Providing Representation for Employers & Employees
Employment Law Is What We Do Best,
So Why Settle for Anyone Else
We have been providing representation and legal counsel to both employees & employers in the Philadelphia area for over 16 years! Find out why we’re the best when it comes to employment law matters and schedule your consult today.
When dealing with employment matters that involve large or small corporate entities, you need an experienced advocate in your corner.
We have helped all types of businesses in the Philadelphia area with employment matters, providing sound advice backed by experience.
Recent News & Updates
Follow along as we post news & 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.
Koller Law, LLC, Settles Sexual Harassment Case Against the Department of Revenue of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for $900,000
Attorney David Koller represented Ms. McArthur and had filed a complaint in the Middle District of Pennsylvania. Ms. McArthur alleged that her supervisor, the head of the Department of Revenue in Harrisburg, abused his position and engaged in a host of egregious and sexually charged acts against Ms. McArthur over a period of time, often threatening Ms. McArthur that if she said something about it, he would fire her.
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