Sound Advice for

  • EMPLOYEES

  • WORKING PROFESSIONALS 

  • BUDDING BUSINESSES

  • EMERGING ARTISTS & ENTERTAINERS  


​​​         The Law Office of Jeffrey Campolongo

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STARTING OVER . . .  

 

Clients who are Starting Over, however, are confronted with some of these additional issues like:


  • How to word your next job application
  • How to prepare for your next job interview

  • What is COBRA and who pays for it?

  • When is a non-compete enforceable?

  • What restrictions can an employer put on your ability to get a new job?

  • What happens if you are being "black listed"?

  • How to budget for a rainy day

  • How to incorporate a new business


When it comes to Starting Over: 

  • We listen, and offer thoughtful, sound advice
  • We plan, strategize and execute
  • We take your calls
  • We respond to emails and text messages
  • We are compassionate, empathetic and never patronizing 
  • We won't judge you or your cause
  • We will consult experts, health care professionals and family (but only with your consent) to ensure you are being heard
  • We will always welcome suggestions and ways to improve our level of communication, without compromising our integrity


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TRADITIONAL EMPLOYMENT LAW . . .

 
Traditional employment law encompasses issues like:


  • Harassment
  • Wrongful termination
  • Discrimination
  • Severance/Separation agreements
  • Non-compete/non-solicit
  • Reasonable accommodation
  • Accessibility
  • Hostile-work environment
  • Unemployment compensation
  • Work-place violence
  • Work-place injuries
  • Workers' compensation
  • Health and fringe benefits
  • Pension
  • Insurance


How can our firm help? When it comes to traditional employment law issues, we use:

  • Negotiation
  • Persuasion
  • Mediation
  • Arbitration
  • And, when necessary, Litigation 




If you are ready to Start Over . . . 



What Does Starting Over Mean and When Does It Apply To You ?

 
Several years ago one of the firm's employment law clients had an epiphany many months after losing her job.  She pondered whether being a diverse female, over the age of forty would destroy any future career prospects.  She was sadly discouraged and down on her luck.  And just then, as if a lightbulb went off, it occurred to her that her best years were still ahead of her.  She was not done.  Not even close.  She was simply 
Starting Over.

One thing our office has learned over the years of representing hundreds, if not thousands of clients challenged by the loss of a job - when one door closes, another one opens.  


That is exactly what Starting Over means.​