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Protecting the Rights of Financial Services Professionals

Even though it was framed to help plant employees, the WARN Act also protects white-collar employees in the financial industry. Tough economic times have hit those employees who may suffer a layoff that violated their rights under the Worker Adjustment and Retaining Notification (WARN) Act. Attorneys Jack A. Raisner and René S. Roupinian of Raisner Roupinian LLP help hard-working financial employees in New York, New Jersey, Ohio, California, and throughout the United States.

Financial service employees can rest assured that we will fight for them as aggressively as we do for blue-collar employees victimized by a mass layoff that violated the WARN Act. Contact Us at 1-866-544-9945.

Holding Finance and Mortgage Companies Accountable

With foreclosures on the rise and individuals shielding their money from a volatile stock market, financial professionals are being laid off in mass. Numerous mortgage loan companies have closed their doors, leaving thousands of employees without an income. The job of WARN Act attorneys Jack A. Raisner and René S. Roupinian is to hold financial services companies accountable when they have terminated employees illegally.

WARN Act Violations Occurring in the Financial Industry

From small defunct mortgage companies to the high-profile shutdown of Lehman Brothers Holding Co., we bring suit against employers who either refuse to abide by the WARN Act or employ creative means to get around the law. If you do not pursue your WARN Act claim, you could be giving up two months of pay and benefits or more, depending on the state where you reside. With so much at stake, you need the level of representation we provide at Raisner Roupinian LLP.

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