The Shultz Law Firm represents Kansas
employees in discrimination, Family and Medical
Leave Act, overtime pay and other employment
law cases.  We only represent employees.  We are
dedicated to helping you when your state or
federal employment rights have been violated.  
When you are treated illegally, you need someone
who understands how you are feeling and your
need to make things right.  You need someone
with 30 years of experience practicing
employment law to be on your side.

We work with clients across the state on issues including

Gender or sex discrimination
Race discrimination
Disability discrimination
Pregnancy discrimination
Age discrimination
Family and Medical Leave Act
Wage and overtime pay acts
Breach of employment contract, severance contracts
Wrongful discharge
Federal employees
and nearly all other employment issues

If you have been denied the wages to which you are entitled
whether minimum wage or overtime, we can help you with
the Kansas Wage Payment Act and the federal Fair Labor
Standards Act.
The Shultz Law Firm
901 Kentucky, Suite 305
Lawrence, Kansas 66044
The Shultz Law Firm:
Representing Kansas Employees
How We Can Help You         

For the average employee, the Kansas and federal discrimination
laws that protect them are extremely confusing.  The variety of laws
and their complexity  require that you find an experienced, Kansas
employment attorney to help you.  You have rights, and you should
make them matter.

We have
the training, the skills and the experience to ensure that
your employment problem will be handled in a competent and
professional way.  We can help you by working directly with your
employer, by representing you in front of Kansas and federal
agencies such as the Kansas Human Rights Commission and the
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and also by
representing you in Kansas state courts and federal courts.

If you have a valid employment law claim, we will work closely with
you to make sure that your Kansas and federal employment rights
are protected.

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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