Under our Federal laws, everyone in the United States is protected from employee discrimination based on: race, sex, age, disability, national origin, and religion.


The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a federal law that allows certain employees to take up to twelve weeks of unpaid leave.

Government Employees

Federal and State employees need a government employees attorney who knows how to navigate the complicated rules and convoluted processes of government.


Your employer is prohibited from taking adverse action against you because you complained about discrimination or objected to discriminatory treatment.

Severance Agreements

Severance agreements reduce an employer’s liability and lessen the chances of a former employee filing a lawsuit or damaging the company’s reputation.

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment is a type of sex discrimination prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Colorado state law when it happens at work.

Unemployment Benefits

Many qualified employees miss out on unemployment benefits due to misinformation and missed deadlines.

Unpaid Wages

If your employer is refusing to pay your wages and/or benefits that you’ve rightfully earned, then you need to get in touch with Livelihood Law.

Wrongful Termination

Federal and state law make it illegal for an employer to fire an employee for discriminatory reasons.