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Siben & Siben Long Island Labor Lawyers


In a perfect world, the need for a labor lawyer would never arise. Employees and employers would see eye-to-eye and issues in the workplace would be non-existent. This is not always the case, however, which is why many businesses and business owners find themselves in need of a Long Island labor lawyer.  Siben & Siben has been handling disputes between employees and employers for decades. We have the expertise and experience to handle even the toughest cases.

Siben & Siben can help to argue your case in front of a judge, but we find that with many cases, we don’t become involved in litigation, but rather negotiate in order to avoid just such a scenario.  Whether you are opening a new facility and wish to consult with a Long Island labor lawyer as part of your general planning process, or you want to familiarize yourself with local labor laws and union activities in the area, we’re here to help.

Labor law is a somewhat straightforward sub-section of law in the U.S.  Nonetheless, labor law can become quite complex in particular circumstances, and employers sometimes find themselves in a dispute over various elements of the employer/employee relationship, and needing to argue their side before the courts.  In these instances, a Long Island labor lawyer can be an invaluable asset to have on your side.  Rest assured, labor unions will have the best lawyers working for them when they are organizing their campaigns – lawyers that will be quick to assert the rights of the employees that they represent if they feel that those rights have been violated or put in jeopardy in any way.  And just as an employer may feel provoked when a union representative organizes their employees, employees are just as emotional if they fear that their livelihood may be in trouble.  Having Long Island labor lawyer Siben & Siben in place to help with union matters can help the employer to avoid violating the law and damaging the employee/employer relationship.