Distinguished Tennessee Employment Law Attorneys Handling WARN Act Cases

Providing high-quality legal representation to employees in Nashville, Chattanooga, Memphis, and Jackson and across Tennessee

There are many state and federal laws in place to protect workers. One of these laws, the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act, requires employers to inform employees in advance of mass layoffs. If your employer fails to comply with this law, you may be able to file a lawsuit.

The experienced Tennessee employment law attorneys at Gilbert Russell McWherter Scott Bobbitt PLC understand the intricacies of this law and are prepared to help you through the legal process. When you have been treated unfairly in your Tennessee workplace, trust our firm to fight for your rights. With offices in Nashville, Chattanooga, Memphis, and Jackson, we are uniquely qualified to represent workers throughout the state.

What is the WARN Act?

The WARN Act is a federal law that requires companies with at least one hundred employees to provide advanced notice of mass layoffs. In most circumstances, an employer must notify their employees at least sixty days before a mass layoff or facility shutdown. If you were provided notice of less than sixty days, your employer may be in violation of this act.

Most employees must be notified, including both hourly and salaried employees. However, employees who have worked less than six months in the last twelve months or who work less than an average of twenty hours a week do not have to be given sixty days’ notice.

There are some exceptions to this law, but generally all employers with one hundred employees must comply. Even if you are unsure if your employer is in violation of the WARN Act, you should consult with an experienced Tennessee employment law attorney at the Gilbert Firm. We will help you determine if you have a case and gather the appropriate evidence to achieve the results you deserve.

Types of compensation you may receive

If your employer is found to be in violation of the WARN Act, you may be entitled to compensation for damages, including:

  • Lost and unpaid wages
  • Lost benefits
  • Accrued and unpaid vacation days
  • Severance

Our solution-focused lawyers are dedicated to getting you the maximum benefits possible. You should be able to trust your employer to treat you respectfully and lawfully. If your employer violates a state or federal law, you need to stand up for your rights. Our attorneys will leverage their knowledge and experience to benefit you.

Contact our professional Tennessee WARN Act lawyers today

If you think your employer has not complied with the WARN Act, turn to the Gilbert Firm today. From our offices in Nashville, Chattanooga, Memphis, and Jackson, our Tennessee employment law attorneys represent clients throughout the state. Call us today at 888.996.9731 or fill out our contact form to speak to an attorney today.