The Employee’s Attorney: Ohio Discrimination Lawyers

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Why We Are The Right Attorneys

The Spitz Law Firm is a strictly employment law litigation firm. The Spitz Law Firm was founded in 2007 by Brian D. Spitz, who broke away from a large defense firm where he acted as lead counsel on numerous multi-million dollar claims, including those with over $50 million at issue. Brian knew that the practice of law was changing. The tough economy, the integration of the technology into all aspects of our lives, and increasing requirements for specialization in the law, to name a few, require a fresh look at how the practice of law needs to operate. While many attorneys and law firms are weary of change and are slow to evolve, the dedicated lawyers at The Spitz Law Firm know that former United States Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis was right when he said, “there are no shortcuts in evolution.” While other lawyers and law firms try to hold on tightly to the status quo, our employment attorneys are not only embracing change, but seeking out more productive ways to practice law and better serve our clients’ needs.

Everything starts with the quality of legal representation.

We always say, don’t leave your legal issues to chance. But, how can you know? We have been fortunate to have outside objective national organizations recognized our employment lawyers for the quality of work and the type of service that The Spitz Law Firm provides our employment litigation clients. The National Trial Lawyers Association has repeatedly selected Brian to its list of Top 100 Trial Lawyers based on his success in the Court and handling civil litigation matters. Brian was recognized in Newsweek Magazine as one of the Top 20 Leaders in Employment Law in the United States; as one of 30 Top Nationwide Attorneys; and most recently, as a Legal Superstar. Brian is also a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, which is a select group of few attorneys that have claimed victory at trial in an amount over one million dollars. Not only Brian, but several of our attorneys have been recognized by Super Lawyers as rising start attorneys; and every employment attorney at The Spitz Law Firm has also been certified as Lead Counsel Rated by Law Info.

While awards are nice, the best recognition of the quality of our legal work is that our law firm has grown based on the strength of referrals from clients, judges, and other attorneys that have seen our lawyers’ work first hand and want us to represent them and their family members. Just as importantly, our attorneys have fought for executives, teachers, machinists, PRNs, restaurant staff, contractors, and police officers. The attorneys at The Spitz Law Firm provide the same level of service, energy and attention to every one of our clients.

A Singular Focus. Employees’ Rights.

We do one thing because we want to do that one thing really well. Our attorneys only represent employees dealing with employment law issues. That’s it. There are too many attorneys and firms that represent that they do everything and try to be everything. Why? Because to those lawyers, every case is business that they cannot afford to turn down. So, these attorneys become a jack of all trades but a master of none. These other attorneys say, “sure, I guess that we can do that type of case,” or “we can figure it out.”

Not our attorneys! At The Spitz Law Firm, we have a cause that we focus on – the rights of employees to work in a discrimination free, hostile free, and harassment free work environment. We don’t just take cases to have business. We focus only on employment law issues. Our attorneys are constantly reading about trends and new cases in employment law; and blogging about those employment law issues. We don’t have to figure it out as we go, because this is what we know, inside and out. And, we can afford to turn away non-employment cases because we are successful enough doing just employment cases. Because we care about protecting worker’s rights on the job, we do not dabble in injury cases, tax issues, criminal defense or divorces. When you schedule your free initial consultation, you will meet with an attorney that exclusively works on plaintiff-side employment litigation and knows those issues inside and out.

Size does matter.

Our growth as an employee dedicated firm has been unmatched. Growth is a reflection of good results and growing referrals from happy clients, judges, and even opposing counsel. Our size means that there are more attorneys to meet with, less wait time to see a skilled available attorney, and more resources. Because we file more employment litigation claims and lawsuits, we have more ongoing experience with current legal issues; are before the same judges more often; and have established relationships with many of the large employment defense firms, which means that we not only know their tendencies, but that they are less likely to try to pull shots knowing that they and their firms will have to deal with us regularly.

As part of our size and resources, The Spitz Law Firm has offices throughout Ohio to meet with clients. Click here for a list of our offices.

Passion and compassion are part of legal representation too.

Our employment litigation attorneys and lawyers believe in our cause to protect and fight for employees’ rights. We understand that this is more than just about your job. It is about what is right and wrong. It is about your dignity. And, it is about making sure that such conduct is stopped and those who are perpetrating it are held accountable. As we deal with these employment issues every day, we will not be surprised or skeptical by the horrible things that your boss, manager or supervisor is doing to you. Our attorneys will constantly being looking out for your best interest.

At The Spitz Law Firm, our attorneys believe in that archaic concept called honesty.

At many other smaller employment or general practice firms, you will be charged for your first consultation and then promised the world and stars so that you will keep sending in checks. Unlike these other attorneys or law firms that sell stories about unicorns and pots of gold at the end of rainbows to get contracts signed, we provide an honest evaluation of your legal situation for free. Our employment law attorneys will be honest with you. We don’t need the business bad enough to act like used car salesmen. But, if want to come in and get a good, fair understanding of your situation and legal rights, we are the employment lawyers for you.

You should be able to talk to your employment lawyer and find out what is happening in your case.

When there are developments in your case, our employment lawyers will let you know. If you have questions, we will answer them in plain English. If you want to meet with your employment lawyer, we will set it up. If you send an email, you will get a response within 24 hours. If you call when your employment attorney is not in, our staff will set up a mutually convenient telephone conference or in office meeting.

We are better than other lawyers, but we are not better than you.

Unfortunately, many lawyers and attorneys look down upon their clients, especially those that are not affluent. Not us. We see our clients as people who work hard for a paycheck that means a lot to them. You work hard to feed their families, and give them better lives. We know that you just want a fair chance to go to work and earn a living without being discriminated against or harassed. It does not matter to us if our clients make hundreds of thousands of dollars or live paycheck to paycheck earning minimum wage. We respect you. We work for you. And, we remember that this is a service industry.

But, in the end, the most important thing that can be said about The Spitz Law Firm and its employment law attorneys is this: our clients trust us, like the results that we get, and continue to refer their friends and family to us.

Call The Right Attorney.™

Our Attorneys

Brian Spitz

Brian Spitz is the founding and managing attorney of The Spitz Law Firm, LLC. In 1997, Brian graduated from Case Western Reserve University with honors. In 2007, Brian took his passion for vigorously representing his clients and directed it into founding The Spitz Law Firm.

Fred Bean

Fred M. Bean is a Partner at The Spitz Law Firm, LLC. In 2010, Fred graduated from Case Western Reserve University with honors. While in law school, Fred gained extensive legal experience working at a local Cleveland law firm where he worked on personal injury, medical malpractice and employment law cases. Following law school, Fred joined The Spitz Law Firm where he has continued to represent clients in various areas of employment law.

Shalini Sawhney

While in law school, Shalini worked as a Clinic Attorney in the Center for Advocacy and Dispute Resolution and clerked for reputable law firms, gaining experience in criminal defense and civil litigation. She served as the founder and president of the Health Law Society, a founding member of the Tennessee Journal of Race, Gender & Social Justice, and a member of the Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy.

James Hux

James Hux is an associate attorney at The Spitz Law Firm, LLC. After earning a Bachelor of Science in Economics from The Ohio State University, James obtained his juris doctorate from the University Of Cincinnati College Of Law in 2014.

Rachel McElroy

Rachel McElroy is an associate attorney at The Spitz Law Firm, LLC. After earning a Bachelor of Science in Public Policy and a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Charleston, Rachel obtained her Juris Doctorate from Case Western Reserve University School of Law, graduating with honors.

Ken Smith

Ken Smith is an associate attorney at The Spitz Law Firm, LLC. Ken began his legal career litigating at a local civil defense firm, representing employers with their legal needs. Having defended management in their business disputes, Ken understands the challenges employees face when bringing suit against their employers.

Marian Toney

While attending the University of Akron School of Law, Marian was a member of the Akron Law Review. She served as a Publication Editor and received the Outstanding Board Member Award. Marian also spent time during law school volunteering in Akron Law’s Expungement Clinic. Marian joined The Spitz Law Firm as an employment attorney in 2016 and focuses her practice on pre-litigation work.

Christopher Wido

Christopher P. Wido is an associate attorney at The Spitz Law Firm, LLC. Prior to attending Law School, Christopher served in the United States Air Force in Enid, Oklahoma. In 2013, Christopher graduated from The University of Akron School of Law with honors.

Kelly Wilson

Kelly L. Wilson is an associate attorney at The Spitz Law Firm, LLC. In 2009, Kelly graduated from Cleveland Marshall College of Law with honors. While in law school, Kelly gained valuable legal experience working as a research assistant.

Our Offices

Schedule a free initial consultation at one of our offices or call toll free: (866) 736-2046

Cleveland, Ohio

25200 Chagrin Blvd, Suite 200
Beachwood, Ohio 44122
Phone: (216) 291-4744
Fax: (216) 291-5744
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Cincinnati, Ohio

8044 Montgomery Road, Suite 700
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Phone: (513) 818-3688
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Columbus, Ohio

132 Dorchester Square South, Suite 100
Westerville, Ohio 43081
Phone: (614) 335-4685
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Toledo, Ohio

1715 Indian Wood Circle, Suite 200
Maumee, Ohio 43537
Phone: (419) 960-5926
Fax: (216) 291-5744
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Youngstown, Ohio

8166 Market Street, Suite M
Boardman, Ohio 44512
Phone: (216) 273-3742
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Dayton, Ohio

3951 West Franklin Street, Suite 4
Bellbrook, Ohio 45305
Phone: (419) 960-5926
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