We have one goal in mind...

to obtain justice for our clients. Each case is unique, but our commitment remains the same.

Employment

Employment

What you do for a living is part of who you are as a person. So when things go wrong at work, it affects you in a profound way. Michael Ross is passionate about representing employees ...

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Housing

Housing

The laws that govern the landlord-tenant relationship are complex. Michael helps landlords navigate those laws by counseling them on how to avoid litigation and representing them in court when necessary.

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Complex Litigation

Complex Litigation

Complex litigation is a term of art for the consolidation of multiple cases, parties and claims into a manageable process for the judicial system.

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img_20160810_164601During his 25 years of practice, Michael Ross has represented hundreds of clients in jury trials, bench trials, administrative hearings, arbitrations and mediations.

Michael’s goal is the same in every case, obtain justice for his client. Justice may be an award of compensation for lost wages, emotional distress, property damage, or pain and suffering.  Justice may mean a court order requiring reinstatement, reasonable accommodations, or restitution.

Each case is different, but the commitment is the same.

Although Michael has represented clients on all types of cases, the focus of his practice is employment, housing and complex litigation.  Michael represents employees in employment discrimination, wrongful termination, and wage & hour cases.  Michael represents landlords in fair housing, habitability, eviction, accounting, and property damage cases.  Michael represents consumers and shareholders in class actions and derivative cases.

Michael understands that some people cannot afford an attorney so he is willing to take cases on a contingency fee basis where the attorney fee depends upon settling the case or winning at trial.  Many claims include the right to recover attorney fees, which helps people obtain legal representation.  Michael believes that everyone should have access to the justice system regardless of income.