Michael Shultz of The Law Firm of Michael M.
Shultz represents Kansas employees in
discrimination, sexual harassment, disability
discrimination, Family and Medical Leave Act,
wages, overtime pay and other employment law

We only practice employment law and we only
represent employees.  We represent employees all
across the state of Kansas as well as in the Kansas
City, Missouri, metro area.

Gender or sex discrimination
Race discrimination
Disability discrimination
Pregnancy discrimination
Age discrimination
Minimum Wage and Overtime
Family and Medical Leave Act
Wage and overtime pay acts
Breach of employment contract, severance contracts
Wrongful discharge

and nearly all other employment issues
Law Firm of Michael M. Shultz

Representing Kansas and Missouri Employees

The information in these pages is intended for Kansas employees who are
interested in Kansas and federal employment laws.  The information is
intended for educational purposes only and is not intended to establish an
attorney client relationship with any person.  The firm does not have an
attorney-client relationship with any person until it expressly accepts the
person as a client with a written engagement agreement.

If you have an actual legal problem concerning employment law, you should
contact a competent Kansas employee rights attorney.  Working with
employees throughout the state, including those in places such as Topeka,
Wichita, Abilene, Atchison, Manhattan and Leavenworth
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question to our Law Firm,
you do not become a
client of the Law Firm.  
The attorney-client
relationship is
established only if the
Firm accepts you as a
client.  The Law Firm has
no obligation to respond
to any comments though
we try to respond to all
questions concerning
employment law.
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214 SW 6th Avenue
Suite 302
Topeka, KS 66603

8826 Santa Fe Drive
Suite 203
Overland Park, KS
++Michael Shultz is a member of the Kansas,
Colorado and Minnesota state bars.  He is
licensed to practice before all state and federal
courts in Kansas, the Tenth Circuit Court of
Appeals, the Federal District Court for the
Western District of Missouri, and also can
work with Kansas and Missouri employees
before the EEOC and in Missouri state court
when he affiliates with lawyers who are
licensed to practice in Missouri.

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