Are there any lawyers in the Ohio area that can work a case for a percentage in employment law ( More specific?

I need a lawyer that has extensive experience in representing parties involved in wrongful discharge lawsuits in federal courts,

Here are the charges : Improper Conduct
title 5, code of federal regulations (C R F ) 2635.702
1.6.4 Contracts with Postal Service Employees and there Immediate
661.2 Application to Postal Employees

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3 Responses to “Are there any lawyers in the Ohio area that can work a case for a percentage in employment law ( More specific?”

  1. michr Says:

    do you have a union rep?
    if you are in a union and they do NOT proceed then under all most ALL circumstances you CAN"T.
    if you work under a CBA in a state such as Ohio, which is NOT a "right-to-work" state then you are bound by that CBA……..

    if you do find an attorney be 100% clear about what you will pay………
    attorneys who get paid on a contingency basis (such as you are looking for) get their FEES paid out of the settlement, what you may not realize is they charge you for ALL "expenses" win-or-lose….
    in small settlements the expenses are much, MUCH more then the fees….
    expenses can include everything involved in your case except the attorneys fee which could include phone bills, travel, meals, copy costs, service costs, filing costs, court filing costs, mediator costs, etcetera… etcetera…
    there is a great misconception that an attorney will work for free if they lose… that is NOT the case, the attorney will just not get their personal fee if they lose but they hardly work for free……………

  2. No Shortage Says:

    If you’re a postal employee, you’re in the union. See your union steward for referrals to an attorney.

  3. Smiling Says:

    And to expand the other answer, if your union won’t take it on, neither would an attorney.
    There would be no case to be had.