BOOKING

Please fill out the following information before booking a consultation.

Please do not input confidential information into this form.  Sending information using this form does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Shayna Law PLLC, Blythe Grace PLLC, or any of those firm's attorneys.  In order to engage us, you must have an engagement letter signed by you and Blythe Grace PLLC.

 

Conflicts: We run conflicts of interest before your appointment through our Blythe Grace PLLC client database. If we find a conflict, for example if Blythe Grace PLLC has already represented the person who is suing you, we are ethically required to cancel your appointment and will issue a full refund of the amount paid.

 

Rescheduling: If you need to reschedule your appointment, please call and we can reschedule your appointment at no cost to you. 

 

Cancelling: If you cancel your consultation appointment, you may be entitled to a refund of all or part of the fee paid.  Our determination whether to refund your fee will be based upon the value of the legal counsel you received. Please call our office if you need to cancel your appointment as soon as possible before the appointment time.

CONSULTATIONS

 

PREPARING FOR YOUR CONSULT

 

To have an efficient and valuable consult, please bring the following with you.

 

1. Timeline: A written list with dates that you have prepared that tell me the facts of the case.

 

2. Employment offer letter or employment contract.

 

3. Employee handbook.

 

4. Most recent paystub.

 

5. Termination Notice / Letter (if applicable).

 

6. Any written feedback, awards, or accolades.

 

7. Evaluations or any other documents showing your job performance.

 

8. Name and contact information for your supervisor and any other witnesses.

 

This list is by no means exhaustive, but it is a good starting point and will help me to evaluate your case. If your appointment if virtual, I will ask you to email me these items.

 

An Important Reminder About Honesty

 

In order for me to be able to effectively represent you, you must come to your appointment with the good, the bad, and the ugly of your case. If you only tell me the good, I will not be able to evaluate your case fully. The bad and the ugly will come out down the road, and I need to know it all, up front. I promise to be honest and open with you as well.

 

Fees

 

Attorney’s fees can fall into several different categories including: an hourly fee basis (requires an up-front retainer fee), flat fee (you pay the a flat fee up-front), partial contingency fee basis (you pay an up-front retainer fee plus a portion of any monetary recovery), or a contingency fee basis (the attorney only gets paid if you receive a monetary settlement). In all cases, the client will be responsible for costs. If after our consult, you are interested in pursuing your claim, I will let you know what the fees will be to represent you.

 

Time is of the Essence

 

If you believe you have an employment discrimination or wrongful termination case, you should book a consult with an attorney without delay. Employment law claims expire relatively quickly, and you do not want to miss your opportunity for justice. If you were mistreated (for example, harassed, terminated, retaliated against) more than 150 days ago, do not use this website and instead call our office, or call the EEOC to set up an intake appointment immediately. Many

claims expire within 180 days and some expire sooner.

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SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINING

 

 

 

 

 

SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINING

 

Be proactive about sexual harassment in your workplace. Train your employees and managers in what they should do to protect your company from sexual harassment and discrimination liability now. I offer trainings for both managers and employees. You can book them to be consecutive or on different days for managers and employees. If you don’t see the option that works for you, please call us and we can accommodate almost any situation.

 

Why Hire Me? I am a former teacher who taught middle school history to 6th and 7th grader students with Teach for America. Prior to going to law school, I earned a Master’s Degree in Education, with a focus in Curriculum and was my middle school’s history department head. Having now practiced law for over a decade, I have the skills you need in a trainer to make the message stick. I promise to make trainings interactive and educational. I offer employee training and manager level training to cover all your bases. If you are looking for something you do not see here, please don’t hesitate to call me directly and I can tailor my training to your company’s needs.