Practice Areas


Addressing Labor and Employment-Related Matters

Since 2017, Coke Employment Law has been dedicated to helping individuals resolve issues in their respective workplaces.


Types of Workplace Disputes

Discrimination or Harassment

Has your age, sex, race, or disability affected the way you are being treated by your employer/coworkers? You can reach out to Beth today for more details on how to resolve such unethical treatment.



Do you or a family member need medical leave? Do you know if you are entitled to reinstatement after your leave? Do you know what your rights are under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) as well as other federal and possibly state laws?

Do you need an accommodation to be able to do your job? Do you know when you are protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)?.


FLSA, Equal Pay Act, and Other Wage Claims

Learn more about your rights to Minimum Wage and Overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act, your right to equivalent pay as your counterparts under the Equal Pay Act, and other wage rights when you discuss your concerns with Beth.


Rights Upon Termination

Certain employees have the right to challenge terminations through a civil service appeal process or arbitration. Others may have a statutory right to an administrative hearing. Find out if you are one of those employees. Also, find out when you are entitled to unemployment compensation.


Contract Issues

Beth's expertise can help you with any issues concerning an employment contract, including nondisclosure and noncompetition agreements. With her assistance, you can find out more about what to do in case your employer fails to live up to the promises stated in your employment contract as well as determining rights and obligations under a nondisclosure or non-compete agreements.


Protected Concerted Activity

Does your employer frown upon you talking to coworkers about how much you are paid? Beth is ready to provide you with ways on how to resolve issues about engaging in any concerted activities.



Are you being punished or were you terminated because you reported illegal activity being taken by your employer.



Are there safety hazards at your workplace? Do you know if those are covered under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)? Learn about these standards when you reach out to Beth today.