Firm Overview

Mora Employment Law represents employees only who have been victimized in the workplace. We are zealous and skilled advocates for those facing a wide range of employment law issues for which the firm is committed to aggressively pursuing our clients’ best interests throughout all stages of litigation. Mora Employment Law treats each person we serve with integrity and compassion..

Our Services

The team at Mora Employment Law has extensive experience representing employees only in a diverse area of employment law matters including but not limited to the services listed below.


Due to gender (including pregnancy), race, national origin or ancestry, age, pregnancy, medical condition, religion, familial status or sexual orientation as well as other protected classifications.


Retaliation Whistleblower

Due to and/or for complaining about violations of State and/or Federal laws against discrimination and/or harassment as noted above as well as other violations of State and/or Federal laws and Codes and Regulations.



Due to sex also known as sexual harassment, gender, sexual orientation, disability, race, national origin, and other protected categories.

Wrongful Termination & Workplace Torts

Wrongful Termination in violation of a Public Policy such as a State and/or Federal law (such as discrimination, harassment or retaliation for asserting a right) and Wrongful Constructive Termination in Violation of Public Policy. Further, workplace tort claims including but not limited to: defamation, invasion of privacy, negligent supervision and negligent hirer, assault and battery, as well as breach of contract claims.

Medical Leave & Disability

Due to a serious health condition of self or other; discrimination based on a real or perceived disability – physical or mental ailment; failure to accommodate or engage in the interactive process based on a disability; and, pregnancy related leaves and accommodation rights.


Negotiation/enhancement as well as review of Severance Agreements.

Wage And Hour

Wage claims including but not limited to failure to: pay wages at separation; pay minimum wage; overtime/double time as well as misclassification; provide reimbursements; provide proper pay stub/information; provide meal breaks; pay bonus as well as commissions; as well as other similar wage claims.

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