Employment & Corporate Law
My commitment to you…
” I truly found my calling…advocating for the disabled and fighting workplace discrimination in the pursuit of justice. As a Cancer Survivor & Employment Attorney, I appreciate the emotional, physical and financial hardships endured by my Clients in their daily lives….they certainly don’t deserve additional barriers or impediments in the performance of their jobs.”
Jeffrey R. Heyel, Esq
Primary Practice Areas
Pregnancy & LGBTQ Discrimination
Sexual Harassment Compliance Training
Title VII of 1964 Civil Right act: Race/Religion/Gender/National Origin Discrimination
Severance / Non-Compete Agreements / Contract Negotiation
Unemployment Benefit Compensation /Wage & Hour Disputes
Defend Your Rights!
From Our Clients
“I have known Attorney Jeffrey Heyel for the past 25 years, personally and professionally. Jeff is an honest, intelligent, trustworthy and conscientious individual with a great sense of humor. I could always depend on Jeff as a friend. He is an empathetic person and a good listener. Jeff has also represented me legally in recent years. He provided excellent legal advice and helped me draft a Will for Estate planning purposes. Jeff is fortunate to have a legal brain with many positive personality attributes that support him as a lawyer. I highly recommend Jeff Heyel as an Attorney.”
“From 2018 to 2019 I had a serious employment dispute with my former employer. Attorney Heyel intervened on my behalf and negotiated a lengthy settlement involving more than 6 months of intense negotiations. His efforts ultimately resulted in a successful conclusion at a reasonable cost. I recommend him highly to others experiencing similar employment issues.”
In the News
Truck tolls — state’s Trojan horse
Highway robbery: The case against tolls in Connecticut (Op-ed)
Attorney Heyel lobbying the Connecticut Legislature at the State Capitol in 2019
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