Albany, NY’s Source For Employment & Labor Law

When you need a labor law attorney well versed in both New York State and federal employment laws, turn to the lawyers at Napierski, VanDenburgh, Napierski & O’Connor, LLP.

Proudly serving Albany, NY and the surrounding community, our attorneys have experience handling a variety of cases from sexual harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. Whether your business has been accused of violating labor laws, or you need legal representation against an employer, our knowledgeable and compassionate attorneys are standing by to help you.

What are Labor Laws?

Labor laws protect everyone in an employment scenario: individual employees have the right to work free of discrimination and unfair treatment, while employers have their own protections. Discrimination refers to unfair treatment, harassment, or termination based on circumstances beyond your control, such as age, gender, sexual orientation, race, and others. Pregnant employees are also protected from termination based on their pregnancy.

Employment law also deals with protections put in place around work-life balance and fair treatment. Employers in New York State are required to provide their employees with adequate pay, time off, predictable schedules given with adequate advance notice, and more.

Our labor law attorney can assist you if you are an employee and believe your employer has violated labor laws; we can also help if you are an employer dealing with a suit from a current or former employee.

Reach Out to Our Labor Law Attorney Today

At Napierski, VanDenburgh, Napierski & O’Connor, LLP, our labor law attorneys work hard to protect the rights of both businesses and individuals to ensure that workplaces are free from discrimination. If you believe you have been wrongfully terminated, or have experienced a toxic work environment due to harassment or discrimination, contact our attorneys today to schedule a consultation.

Our practice focuses on all aspects of employment law, including employment contracts, age discrimination, gender discrimination, race discrimination, sexual harassment, as well as pregnancy discrimination, and retaliation.

For more information on employment law statutes and regulations please see the following resources:

Employment Law Resources


To learn more about our services, please contact our attorneys at NVNO at (518) 862-9292. You can also email us at or use the form below to request a consultation.