Representative Cases
State of Hawaii v. Robert Sexual Assault JURY ACQUITTAL
State of Hawaii v. Medeiros Terroristic Threatening JURY ACQUITTAL
State of Hawaii v. Hildebrand Sexual Assault Jury Acquittal
State of Hawaii v. Esau Murder Jury Acquittal
State of Hawaii v. Byrd Possession or use of Firearm In Commission of A Felony Jury Acquittal
State of Hawaii v. Wandle Robbery Jury Acquittal
State of Hawaii v. Daoang Abuse of Household Member Jury Acquittal
State of Hawaii v. Lawrence DUI Jury Acquittal
United States v. Marino, Jr. Conspiracy to Distribute Controlled Substance Jury Acquittal
Neilsen v. American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Arquero v. Hilton Hawaiian Village
State v. Klie
Koji Uema v. Nippon Express Hawaii, Inc.
C & W Asset Acquisition, LLC v. Jorama Domogma Feagins
Ross Kawamoto v. Associated Indemnity Corporation et. al.

Honolulu Employment Law Lawyer

Hawaii Sexual Harassment Attorney

Federal and state statutes protect employees from illegal acts committed by their employers. If you have been unjustly terminated or are the victim of harassment or discrimination, contact an experienced employment law attorney at the Law Offices of Scot Stuart Brower in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Some employees are not “at will” and have detailed employment contracts that spell out the terms of their employment. If your contract is breached by your employer through an early termination without cause, employment law attorney Scot Stuart Brower has the experience to hold the employer to the terms of the contract and to seek any damages that resulted from its breach.

At the Law Offices of Scot Stuart Brower, we have aggressively represented clients who have been victimized by a wide range of adverse and illegal employment actions such as:

Even with federal statutes and continuous training by companies to prevent such acts, incidents of harassment, discrimination and other negative employment actions still occur. Those responsible for such acts need to be held accountable.

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) protects those who reported an illegal act by their employer from a retaliatory discharge. Whistleblowers can bring to light many illegal activities and should not be punished for doing the right thing. Wrongful termination in retaliation for an employee exposing illegal actions is simply against the law. The victim is entitled to damages, including lost wages and attorney fees (as allowed by the statute).

Contact a Honolulu Employment Law Attorney

For more information or to schedule a free consultation with an experienced employment law attorney, please contact us online or call our office at 808-522-0053.