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Jill S. Schwartz & Associates, P.A.

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Winter Park

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Jill S. Schwartz & Associates, P.A., is a leading employment law firm in Florida, earning the highest rating, AV, by the Martindale-Hubbell National Lawyers Registry. We are active in the litigation of employment cases in state and federal courts. We have extensive experience representing both employees and employers regarding employment discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims based upon age, race, religion, gender, pregnancy, disability and national origin. We litigate claims involving unpaid wages and overtime compensation, retaliation against whistleblowers (including actions for fraudulent use of government funds), non-compete agreements, employment contracts and severance agreements. We also advise companies regarding day-to-day workplace matters, handbooks and training.

Our commitment is to provide proactive and aggressive legal services to all of our clients, and to meaningfully impact the quality of the workplace. Our firm could not accomplish this without the enthusiasm, energy and dedication of our employees. We maintain an environment that fosters the physical, spiritual and emotional well-being of our invaluable team.

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