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Few things are more devastating than the sudden loss of a job.

One law recognizes the financial shock and indignity of unexpected job loss. The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act provides up to 60 days of pay and benefits to those unlawfully laid off without advance written notice. We can assist you to determine if your WARN rights, and those of your colleagues, were violated under federal and state WARN laws.


It costs you nothing to obtain the assistance of our law firm - the largest representing only employees in the U.S. When you allow us to fight for your WARN rights you do not pay us anything - unless you recover. Only then do we receive a percentage as our fee. Contact Us at 1-866-544-9945 or toll free at 1-877-927-6228.

The WARN Act Protects You

The WARN Act protects hard-working employees from employers who terminate employment without proper notice. When employers eliminate a workforce, they need to abide by certain laws and regulations. When they fail in that obligation, your rights may be violated.

Don't Let Your Employer Violate Your WARN Act Rights

Few employees are aware of their rights under the WARN Act. Employers have the opportunity to exploit that lack of knowledge. That is where our seasoned attorneys can help. Jack A. Raisner and René S. Roupinian are committed to not only informing employees of their rights, but also aggressively representing them to ensure they receive the compensation they deserve.

We Provide Nationwide Representation

Just as there are few laid-off employees who have knowledge of the WARN Act, there are few firms that focus on this complex aspect of employment law. As one of the largest plaintiff employment firms in the nation, Outten & Golden LLP not only handles WARN Act cases in our home state of New York and neighboring New Jersey, but also throughout the nation, including Ohio and California.

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