STRATFORD, CT, April 29, 2014 – Mitchell and Sheahan, PC, a law firm widely recognized for its handling of employment law matters, today announced that it has expanded into Stamford.
The Stratford-based firm said it has opened an office at 68 Southfield Ave., 2 Stamford Landing Suite 100, Stamford, CT 06902. The phone at the new office is 203-921-0338.
“We have served employers and employees throughout the region for many years,” said Atty. Robert Mitchell. “With the continued corporate growth in lower Fairfield County, it was clear that we needed to expand our presence in Stamford.”
“Just about every week we learn of new employment-related regulations on the state or federal level,” said Atty. Peg Sheahan. “Too often, people try to manage these legal matters on their own, spending countless hours before they realize they need legal representation. With our new office in Stamford, we will be more convenient for many individuals and companies, helping them to more quickly and economically resolve the employment issues they may face.”
“Employment-related legal issues can be highly distracting and, for individuals, emotionally challenging,” Mitchell said. “Our goal is to reduce the amount of effort needed for these issues, so both company and individual can remain focused on what is truly important.”
Atty. Gary Phelan will be splitting his time between the Stamford and the Stratford offices. Phelan has written and lectured on a wide range of employment-related topics. He has taught disability law, employment discrimination law and alternative dispute resolution as an adjunct professor for many years at the Quinnipiac University School of Law and often serves as a radio and television commentator on employment law topics. He has appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America, CNN, NBC Nightly News, CBS This Morning, CBS Evening News, Fox Business News, and MSNBC.
About Mitchell & Sheahan, PC
Mitchell & Sheahan, P.C. provides comprehensive, practical guidance on managing labor and employment issues. Conducting internal harassment or disciplinary investigations; responding to employee workplace misconduct complaints; answering and defending against discrimination or illegal pay practice allegations; addressing the myriad issues that arise in or dealing with a labor force. The firm also will represent individuals faced with employment-related legal issues.
For more information about Mitchell & Sheahan, visit www.mitchellandsheahan.com or call 203-203.873.0240.
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