Employment Litigation

The Key To Mitigating Detriment To Your Brand, Reputation And Bottom Line

Owning and operating a business is a complex venture that can be rewarding and highly profitable, but also risky.

Business owners face a myriad of potential disputes that can and do lead to litigation. And litigating a civil matter for any company is without a doubt one of the biggest issues that can affect a company’s financial stability and reputation.

Hiring an experienced employment law attorney who has expertise handling disputes for businesses cannot be stressed enough.

Why Hire My Firm To Litigate Your Business Dispute?

Our firm has litigated employment disputes for business owners in state and federal courts (including the Eastern and Middle District Courts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey), and administrative agencies all across the state of Pennsylvania—for 20 years.

Prior to opening our own private practice, we worked at various defense firms representing employers facing many different claims. We once defended one of the world’s largest employers — a case that allowed us to hone our litigation skills and learn how best to effectively and efficiently find the best possible solution to a matter.

Whether you are being sued for alleged employee discrimination, breach of a severance agreement, or facing action for EEOC violation, we have a reputation for obtaining favorable results.

Let me help you.

Call our office at (215) 545-8917 or contact us to schedule a confidential case review. We can discuss our credentials in greater detail, the law and potential solutions available.

Top Rated Employment Lawyer

For over 10 years, firm founder David Koller has been recognized as a “Top Rated Employment Litigation Attorney in Philadelphia” by Super Lawyers.

Koller Law - In the News

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

(March 14, 2021)
A Pa. mom says her boss forced her out of her job during the pandemic. She sued.

It’s close to impossible for many parents to work and also care for young children, said Philadelphia employment lawyer David Koller, who represents Delaney.

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act, effective March 2020, required employers to provide paid sick leave and paid leave to care for children whose schools had closed due to the pandemic. Employees who suffered demotions, lost pay, terminations or other negative consequences at work may be able to make a claim under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.


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