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Baker Law – Firm Overview

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In Oregon, Call on Attorneys Aaron W. Baker and Serena L. Liss

Attorneys Aaron W. Baker and Serena L. Liss

With more than 40 years of combined expertise attorneys Baker and Liss have focused their energies on securing employee rights for victims of workplace discrimination or harassment and wrongful discharge, based on race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, age and other factors. Baker Law may be able to help if you find yourself being improperly fired from a job in retaliation for filing complaints, such as discrimination, harassment, wage claim, family or sick leave, applying for workers’ compensation, or requesting reasonable accommodation for a disability. Attorneys Baker and Liss also fight for overtime pay and unpaid wages.

Baker Law serves clients in the Portland, Oregon, metro area, as well as clients throughout Multnomah County, as well as in communities across the Northern Coast, the Gorge as well as central, southern, and eastern Oregon.

If you need lawyers who focus on employment law, call Attorneys Aaron W. Baker and Serena L. Liss at 503-575-9617 or 866-605-1906 toll-free to see if you qualify for a free initial consultation. You can also contact the office online. Baker Law often takes cases on a contingency fee basis; that means you don’t pay any attorney fees unless you receive compensation in your case. Baker Law also offers specific legal advice on an hourly basis.

Employment law attorneys Aaron W. Baker and Serena L. Liss serve clients from all walks of life, in all lines of work, from corporate officers to service and labor employees. The firm serves clients on a wide range of employee rights issues, including the following:

  • Race discrimination: illegal workplace discrimination based on race
  • Sexual harassment: a hostile work environment created by sexual innuendos, jokes or demands for sexual favors or other inappropriate behaviors
  • Employment contracts: reviewing and drafting of employment contracts, severance agreements, non-compete and non-solicit agreements
  • Wage claims: issues related to employers failing to pay overtime wages
  • Retaliatory discharge: the firing of an employee in retaliation for speaking out against harassment, discrimination or other unfair work practices
  • Discrimination: based on race, age, gender, national origin, ethnicity, religion, disability; also involves denial of Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) benefits

Call 503-575-9617 in Portland, Oregon, or 866-605-1906 toll free, or contact Baker Law online.