Gilbert Employment Law, P.C.
Where Employment and Civil Rights Intersect. Advocating Since 2005.

Gilbert Employment Law, P.C.

At Gilbert Employment Law, P.C., we believe that no case is too trivial. All small infractions that get swept under the rug at an organization pave the way for a second or third victim and a bigger infraction. Consequently, we work together as a team at Gilbert Employment Law, P.C., to craft unique situations that fit our clients' needs. Consequently, as long as there is a feasible case, our Las Vegas team is eager to review it.

The employment law cases we handle at Gilbert Employment Law, P.C., span a wide range. These include federal disability retirement, federal employment discrimination, private sector litigation, workplace sexual harassment and LGBTQ discrimination. Our work on these cases has drawn national acclaim and led to our team's contribution to regulatory reforms to the ADA and the EEOC.

Since 2005, Gilbert Employment Law, P.C., has worked hard to put our clients first. No matter what their backgrounds, we treat everyone with respect and dignity. We want our clients to feel perfectly at ease with our attorneys. This is the only way they will feel comfortable enough to share the painful or embarrassing incidents that bring them to our Las Vegas office.

Whether our clients are going up against private employers or government agencies, we stand ready to defend their rights. There is no responsible party too large or powerful for our team to take on.

Published Works

"Compensatory Damages and Other Remedies In Federal Sector Employment Discrimination Cases", by Gary M. Gilbert and Deryn A. Sumner, 13th Edition, 2021
https://deweypub.com/store/21CDOR.html 

"Consolidated Federal Sector EEO Update: 2004-2021", by Gary M. Gilbert and Deryn A. Sumner, 12th Edition, 2021
https://deweypub.com/store/21CEUP.html

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Gilbert Emp. Law Welcomes The Law Firm of Passman & Kaplan

Gilbert Employment Law, P.C. is excited to announce that as of June 2021, the attorneys and staff of Passman & Kaplan are joining Gilbert Employment Law, P.C. 

Passman & Kaplan, P.C. and Gilbert Employment Law, P.C. have been two of the most successful and influential law firms representing federal government employees throughout the nation. After the untimely passing of our good friend and colleague Joseph Kaplan last year, it was apparent that an association such as this was in the best interest of Passman & Kaplan clients.

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Practice Areas

  • 50%Civil Rights
  • 25%Employment & Labor: Employee
  • 25%Employment Litigation: Defense

All Practice Areas

  • Civil Rights
  • Employment & Labor: Employee
  • Employment Litigation: Defense

All Focus Areas

  • Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Discrimination
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Employment Law - Employee
  • Race Discrimination
  • Retaliation
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Wage & Hour Laws
  • Whistleblower
  • Wrongful Termination

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