Employment Law Solutions Berlingieri Law, PLLC provides legal services to employees with workplace problems.

Discrimination and Harassment

Berlingieri Law, PLLC provides legal services to employees suffering from all types of employment discrimination and harassment at work.

Wage and Hour Disputes: Overtime and Minimum Wage

Berlingieri Law, PLLC provides legal services to employees who are not being compensated properly at work – victims of wage theft.

Employment Legal Services in: New York and Connecticut

Berlingieri Law, PLLC provides legal services in New York and Connecticut.

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Wrongful Termination Lawyers with Top 5 Star Reviews

Berlingieri Law, PLLC is here to help you if you have been wrongfully terminated in New York or Connecticut.

As you can see from one client review:

“Attorney Berlingieri was extremely helpful in my employment case. The first time i contacted Berlingieri law regarding my situation my questions were answered promptly and accurately. Attorney Berlingieri processed my claim in a timely fashion. I highly recommend Berlingieri law.”

 

Another Client said:

“Hand down I would like to say Chris Berlingieri was vary helpful and we have many cases with him he make his client first piority and yes he has won some also we know from experience I don’t know who would put anything less then 5 🌟 must be rateing the wrong person because he getts result I highly recommend him if you want a good law attorney on your side thanks for all your time and you’ll always be our go to man to get the job done😀”

Or as put by another client:

Gets results answers any and all questions with in a reasonable amount time has a great attitude and very patient gives specific details with things I found confusing just a all around great experience

Contact Berlingieri Law, PLLC today for a free consultation. Call 347-766-5185 any time.
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Berlingieri Law, PLLC, Founder Christopher Berlingieri Earns Avvo Clients Choice 2018 – Award

Berlingieri Law, PLLC, Founder Christopher Berlingieri earns Avvo Clients Choice 2018 – Award.

 
 5 STAR 2018 CLIENT REVEIWS

Chris did an excellent job fighting for my wrongful termination case and appreciate his professionalism during the entire process. I fully recommend Chris for future legal work
Fought and won my case with a substantial settlement, was very fair with his compensation and was clearly invested in the success of the case.

He did everything for me! Very nice guy and did everything I had hoped for!

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Attorney Client Privilege

Attorney Client privilege in New York and Federal Courts – the client holds the privilege. Attorney cannot disclose confidential information as directed by the client.   Employment lawyers at Berlingieri Law, PLLC holds attorney client privilege as a top priority and treats your personal confidential information with the needed level of care.

Recent events of the politically motivated raid of the President of the United State’s personal lawyer’s New York City office reminds us that“the privilege of confidential communication between client and attorney should not only be liberally construed, but must be regarded as sacred.”

 

 

What should a client keep in mind?

Attorney client privilege is an essential part of the client’s relationship with its attorney.  While the actual application differs between jurisdictions, and is much more complicated than the basic outlines here, the client should bear in mind some basic principles when communicating with its attorneys.            

First, the privilege covers consultation even for potential representation.  Therefore, if a client meets with a potential attorney, but does not retain the attorney, the communications still are privileged.

Second, the client should make certain to limit any disclosures only to the attorneys.  Importantly, not only should a client not include individuals, who are not essential to the representation in any communications, but the client must also be careful about the form of the communication, including what email account, mobile device, etc. that is used.  If the client does not have an expectation that the communications are private, the privilege will not attach.

Finally, and most importantly, the purpose of the privilege is to provide “full and frank” disclosure between client and attorney.  As such, the client should not hide things from its attorney as the privilege will cover even harmful communications if provided in this context.

 

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