Elissa Hobfoll, Attorney at Law

ELISSA J. HOBFOLL, Attorney at law

Improving The Workplace. Protecting Your Rights.

A Chicagoland Employment Law Practice

Hobfoll Law is committed to resolving conflict in the workplace and protecting the rights of Illinois employees and employers. The firm handles a wide-range of employment related issues and disputes; from legal counseling and negotiation to litigation. It is focused on achieving solutions specifically tailored to the goals of its clients. The firm prioritizes a practical and common-sense approach in helping employees and employers to navigate and understand the ever evolving challenges of legal matters in the workplace.  

 
 

☎ CONTACT INFORMATION

73 West Monroe Street, Floor 5
Chicago, IL 60603

elissa@hobfoll-law.com
(773) 339-9005


Areas of Practice

 

Hobfoll Law has handled a wide range of legal issues that arise in the workplace. Hobfoll Law has a wealth of experience in the following areas: human resources consulting, wage and hour compliance, overtime pay, commission and compensation issues, paid time off (vacation and sick time), prevailing wage law, employment contract disputes, confidentiality agreements, covenants not to compete or solicit, independent contractor agreements, employee handbooks, internal investigations, employee counseling and discipline, termination of employment, severance negotiations, executive coaching, defamation claims, disability and pregnancy accommodations, civil assault and battery, employment discrimination, sexual harassment, interference with contracts, duty of loyalty, negligent hiring, supervision and retention, leave of absence issues, intentional infliction of emotional distress, retaliation, whistleblower claims, wrongful discharge, unemployment benefits, administrative agency representation, mediation strategy, settlement negotiations, and reinstatement.

 
 

 
 

How can I help?

Use the form below to contact me regarding your legal inquiry or workplace law questions. Please be as detailed as possible. If you are an employee, I strongly recommend that you not contact me by e-mail from your work location or from a work-related e-mail address . You may also e-mail or call to make an appointment.

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