Employment Law


Have You Been Harassed? Denied A Promotion? Wrongfully Terminated? Discriminated Against Based On ..

Being wrongfully terminated, feeling as though you are the victim of discrimination, and working in a hostile environment are among the most difficult life events you can face. With our in-depth knowledge of  human resources and employment law, we work to get you the results you deserve. 

You Need To Know Your Rights And Your Options

We know that informed, well-prepared clients fair best. We do our best to ensure that you fully understand the intricacies of employee rights and your options. We offer:

  • Tailor-made strategic case plan
  • Educational seminars 
  • Educational webinars
  • One-to-One strategy meetings

Laurie Giles Has The Experience And Knowledge To Get The Results You Deserve

As a young attorney, Laurie Giles began her career as a labor relations officer for the City of Bridgeport.  In this capacity, she represented the city in contract negotiations, union grievances and drafting employment policies.  Upon leaving the City, she decided that her true passion was helping employees receive the rights they deserve. For nearly three decades Laurie Giles has practiced employment law. She is a formidable negotiator, with extensive EEOC/CHRO experience.  Currently, she serves as an adjunct professor teaching courses in human resources, negotiations,  labor relations, and workforce dynamics. 

At The Law Office Of Laurie Giles, You Are Not Just A Case Number, You Are Part Of Our Community.

From your first contact with our office, you will know that you are more than just a faceless case number. Our Client Service Director Doreen is always here to help you locate resources, help you organize necessary documents, or just for support.  As part of our community you will: 

  • Receive weekly case update emails 
  • Private access to our client online portal 
  • Monthly newsletter
  • Complimentary access to all webinars
  • Invitations to exclusive client events
  • Complimentary seating at Laurie Giles speaking engagements 

Do You Have A Case?

To determine if an actual case exists, a full evaluation and investigation of all of the facts must be conducted. There are many questions that must be addressed.  We invite you to come into the office  and meet with us to determine if you have a case.