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Montgomery County Pennsylvania FMLA Act Attorney 

Pennsylvania Employment Lawyer

Kimberly H. Ashbach, Esq.

Federal and State employment laws govern the employment relationship to protect employee rights and to prevent employers from taking advantage of their employees.

Often times both the employer and the employee are unaware of the rights and obligations imposed by state and federal law, and need guidance to navigate the myriad of employments laws. The application of the laws vary depending on the size of the employer and whether the employee works in the public or private sector.

In my practice as an employment law attorney, I represent a variety of clients in actions in state and federal court, and before authorities like the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission.

In addition to my representation of employees for discrimination and harassment claims, I represent employees in the Philadelphia Metro area and throughout the eastern Pennsylvania region in the following matters relating to violations of state and federal laws:

  • Family and Medical Leave Act ("FMLA") related to leave for a serious medical condition;
  • Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA") related to wage, hour and overtime disputes;
  • Age Discrimination in Employment Act ("ADEA") related to age discrimination;
  • Americans With Disabilities Act ("ADA") related to disability discrimination;
  • Pennsylvania Wage Payment and Collection Law ("PAWPCL"), related to the recovery of pay and benefits;
  • The Pennsylvania Equal Paw Law, related to equal pay for equal work;
  • Pennsylvania Personnel Records Act, related to access to personnel records;
  • Employee Retirement Income Security Act ("ERISA"), related to health and welfare benefits;
  • COBRA, related to health and welfare benefits;
  • Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act ("USERRA")

Prior to opening up my own practice, I had extensive experience at the United States Department of Justice and a large law firm. Having worked in these large bureaucratic environments, I have a personal understanding of the group dynamics and politics that can be at play in the workplace and I am sensitive to the emotional, personal nature of these claims.

I can ease some of this emotional stress by helping you to understand the law relevant to your case, the options that we have available, and the process that lies ahead. I will help you to identify your goals and then develop a plan that will address them in a way that works for you as an individual. Not every employee is seeking the same outcome. It is my job, with your assistance, to develop a thoughtful, analytic response to your case that meets your needs.

To learn more about the law in your case and about how I can help you, contact me directly at my Ambler, Pennsylvania, law offices today.

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We really can't say enough about Kim. She took on our case when even the 'big' law firms in Philadelphia were reluctant, as our legal problem was very unique and many lawyers hadn't really ever heard of what we were trying to accomplish... However, due to Kim's extremely competent, professional and tenacious manner, it wasn't long before we saw our matter resolved to our satisfaction. We would highly recommend her as an attorney. Thank you, Kim, for a great job. You made a tremendous difference in two people's lives!

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Kimberly H. Ashbach
Attorney at Law
708 Abbeydale Court
Ambler, PA 19002
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