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Fighting for the rights of Connecticut employees and labor unions

Hartford Labor And Employment Lawyer

Focused Employment And Labor Law Representation

Most of us spend the majority of our time at the workplace, making work-related issues extremely important. When entering into negotiations or litigation as an employee or labor union, the legal issues you face are not simple. While many law firms handle employment and labor law in addition to numerous other legal matters, it is important to work with a firm that has the focus and attention to detail required to adequately handle your specific legal issue.

At Law Office of Barbara J. Collins, labor and employment law is all we do. Barbara Collins has been practicing as a Hartford labor and employment attorney since 1978, and started this law firm in 1993. Backed by more than 30 years of focused legal experience, our law firm represents clients throughout Hartford County, Connecticut, in a range of labor and employment law issues.

We represent employees, unions and union members in any type of issue that impacts their employment status and the complex relationships between employees, employers and unions, including:

At the Law Office of Barbara J. Collins, we understand that employment issues can be fraught with uncertainty and anxiety. Our lawyers are committed to helping you through the process of protecting your rights in the workplace. We represent individual employees and take frequent referrals to handle negotiations and other issues on behalf of unions. Rather than "waging war," we work to find efficient solutions whenever possible while always remaining prepared to fight aggressively on behalf of our clients when needed.

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To schedule a free initial consultation with the Law Office of Barbara J. Collins, call 860-570-4627 or contact us online.

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