Morris E. Fischer, LLC is a firm that concentrates in the areas of employment law, including Wrongful Termination, Whistleblower, M.S.P.B. Discipline, Discrimination, Age Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Retaliation, Security Clearances, FOIA Litigation, FLSA Overtime, Health Care/Administrative Law and Separation Agreement negotiation.
Morris E. Fischer, Esq. 49, concentrates his practice in employment law and government corruption-whistleblower claims. Admitted to the bar for over twenty-one years, Mr. Fischer possesses a wealth of unique and diversified experience. His firm continues to be right in the thick of prominent whistle-blowing and discrimination cases, a number with national relevance. Mr. Fischer has represented two clients that both testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs. In 2017, Expertise, a national ranking company, reviewed 150 Employment Lawyers in the Washington, DC Metro area and selected Mr. Fischer for an award as a top 16 Employment Lawyer.
Mr. Fischer received his law degree in 1995. He began his distinguished law career in New York, where he clerked for New York State, Supreme Court Justice, Kenneth Molloy and later worked as an associate of Kramer & Devries, LLP, a prominent New York City law firms which featured two outstanding tort lawyers. Lenore R. Kramer, Esq., was then the President of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association and Keith Devries, Esq. is well known for his multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements. Mr. Fischer utilizes his wealth of experience and extensive legal knowledge to provide the highest quality representation possible to his clients. Morris Fischer has aggressively litigated cases in the states of Maryland, New York, Washington, D.C., Texas, California, Florida, Alabama, New Mexico, Virginia, West Virginia, Montana, Utah, Georgia and Mississippi. Tough, Aggressive and Vigorous litigation is the firm’s brand, which has proven to work in achieving excellent results.
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Firm's Guidelines to Initial Consultations
We welcome and thank each and every one of you who send in your inquiries to our website. Our firm receives inquiries from all over the United States on a wide range of topics. Many of the individuals who contact our office through the website become our clients. We review these inquiries carefully. We determine whether we can offer constructive guidance to the individual. There are many areas of law in which we don't practice, such as family or criminal law. Moreover, there are certain kinds of cases within employment law that are not within the scope of our usual practice, such as cases against companies that are in bankruptcy.
Consequently, it is our practice when we respond to written inquiries to first make the individual aware of whether the inquiry is within the scope of the firm's practice. Following that step, we can then schedule the individual for an initial consultation that generally lasts approximately 15 minutes. At the consultation, the facts and legal elements of the case are discussed along with that which is involved in retaining the law firm for representation.
In addition, the review of severance packages, separation agreements or employment contracts are an extremely important crossroads in today's world. Because every line of these agreements must be reviewed thoroughly, our office cannot possibly provide the kind of attention they require in a fifteen minute consultation. Therefore, for each agreement brought to our attention, we spend at least an hour reviewing the agreement and consulting with our client. Currently, we offer a thorough comprehensive review of a severance package at the low introductory flat rate of $425.
At our office, each lawyer and staff member has been carefully selected based on prior professional and law firm experience. Each staff member has a deep appreciation for client communication, meeting responsibility and not settling for anything less than excellent results. I don't tolerate anything less than total and complete commitment to our firm's clients by any staff member. As a result, many of our clients have provided testimonials, attesting to the firm's outstanding staff.