Mr. Sullivan handles employment matters on behalf of both employees and employers and is experienced in state and federal courts and administrative agencies.
For employees, most cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, which means that the employee-client will pay no attorney's fees, unless there is a favorable outcome. If you have issues regarding wage and hour violations, missed break/meal periods, wrongful termination, age discrimination or sexual harassment claims, our lawyers have the experience to handle your matter. Mr. Sullivan also represents federal and state agency employees in administrative disciplinary proceedings.
Mr. Sullivan also provides advice to employers regarding employment law and management issues, including disciplinary and termination decisions, reductions in force, hiring, and compliance with both federal and California laws. Moreover, our firm can assist your business with drafting employee handbooks, employment contracts, offer letters and separation agreements. Our objective is to keep our business clients from being sued. If you are sued, however, we have a broad background in the defense of employment-related claims.
Mr. Sullivan firm defends pilots against Federal Aviation Administration enforcement actions. When the FAA brings an enforcement action against you, it counts to have representation that understands not only FAA procedures, but also what it is to be a pilot. Mark Sullivan is an experienced pilot who is an active aircraft owner and understands that your pilot's license is more than just a license, but an investment of considerable time and money and, in some cases, your livelihood. As a panel attorney for the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association legal services plan, Mr. Sullivan proudly represents AOPA members.
Mr. Sullivan understands the importance of building strong cases that meet the goals and legal objectives of our clients. This means taking the time to listen and act on the wishes of our clients. Whether providing estate planning advice, working with area businesses in employment law matters or using our more than 50 years of experience in the aviation industry to assist pilots or corporate operations, we have the legal skill and resources to help clients implement sustainable legal solutions.
Any accident occurring on navigable waters is covered under admiralty and maritime law. Navigable waters are waterways that have a direct or indirect access to the ocean. If you suffered an injury aboard a cruise ship, yacht, ferries, oil rug, barge, or fishing boat, then you may be entitled to compensation for loss of income, loss of earning capacity, medical expenses, pain and suffering.
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