Dear Valued Clients and Community,

During this challenging time we want to let you know we are open and ready to serve you.

We have taken extra precautions to keep our offices and meeting spaces sanitized per State and Federal guidelines and are ensuring our dedicated staff is able to work with you to address your needs, as always.

We are here to help, as we have been for over 40 years. Please contact us should you have any concerns or questions - via phone at 386.258.7313 or via “Chat” at ‚Äč

Please see Kelly Chanfrau’s Facebook Live presentation for important information.

Thank you for the opportunity to serve you and your families, especially during this time. With most sincere regards,

Wm. M. Chanfrau Sr., Wm. M. Chanfrau Jr., Kelly H. Chanfrau 

Chanfrau & Chanfrau

Representation for Plaintiffs and Defense in Employment Law

Employment Contracts

Our certified employment law attorney can help employers and employees with contract disputes, or provide the expertise to help prevent these types of disagreements. At Chanfrau & Chanfrau, we can assist in the drafting, negotiating, review, and analysis of all employment-related contracts.

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Employment Discrimination

If an employer denies employment or equal wages, harasses, treats adversely, or terminates an employee based on certain factors, it is considered illegal discrimination. Employees have a right to complain about discrimination, and if it continues or accelerates, an employment law case can be filed.

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Family Medical Leave Act

The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a federal statute designed to protect employees from discrimination or retaliation if they are forced to leave work due to a medical condition or to care for a close family member. Pregnancy leave, childbirth, and adoption are covered by the FMLA.

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Overtime and Wage Dispute

Wage and hour disputes can pertain to various areas of labor law, including unpaid salary, paychecks, or commissions, overtime or vacation pay, minimum wage, or any unauthorized deduction of an employee's wages. It is common for disputes to occur regarding these practices and other issues. 

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Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment can take many forms, including unwanted sharing of offensive material, threats, or special treatment for sexual favors. An employee who complains about sexual harassment should not suffer retaliation, and if he or she is fired, it may be considered wrongful termination. 

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Whistle-Blower Retaliation

A whistle-blower is an employee who complains about the illegal or unethical activity of an employer or coworkers. Whistle-blowers sometimes suffer retaliation, and may experience harassment, a demotion, or even wrongful termination. It is illegal for an employer to retaliate against an employee.

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Minimum Wage Disputes

Wage and hour employment standards are governed by state and federal laws. Failure to meet these standards not only creates financial stress for an employee, but can endanger the livelihood of their dependents. Our attorney can protect your rights and help you receive the compensation you deserve.

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