Contact Gunderson Employment Law
My next availability for a new case evaluation meeting is: 03 April 2023. If you have an urgent need that requires immediate attention — such as a limitations period or a right-to-sue letter nearing the expiration date — be sure to indicate that in the “other information” box below.
If you have a severance offer pending, please be sure and mention that in the “other information” box. I handle severance offer reviews differently than other kinds of new matters, for a number of reasons. I explain more about the terms of that kind of a consultation, and why, in my description of severance offer reviews.
This is the best way to get a case evaluation appointment with me. Please use this form once and only once to request a time to meet with me to discuss whether we may be a good fit as attorney and client. The purpose of this form is to set up an initial case screening and permit a conflict of interest check, to make sure that I get your contact information into my system accurately, and for a variety of other efficiencies that the online system creates for us. I will do my best to accommodate your scheduling needs, and as a default, I typically set appointments in the afternoons.
Typically, this meeting is done over Zoom, for safety and convenience. If you have not used Zoom before, I strongly recommend that you download it and give it a test run before our meeting to make sure everything works. I also strongly recommend participating in the videoconference using a desktop or laptop computer. Yes, Zoom is cell phone enabled and that is sometimes handy, but it works MUCH better on a full computer. In all events, I look forward to discussing your case via our videoconference soon. The link to the meeting, the meeting ID, and the passcode for the meeting are all set out below.
Please do not provide any confidential or sensitive information in this form. Feel free to provide a brief description of what you understand the issue to be, such as “Retaliation for filing workers’ compensation claim,” or “sex discrimination.” We can discuss the details of the story when we videoconference.
Filling out this form does not create an attorney-client relationship. This form is to help determine if Gunderson Employment Law would be a good fit for your legal needs.
Before submitting the form, you may want to double-check if all of the information is correct, particularly your e-mail address and telephone number. I presume, unless you indicate otherwise, that the number you give is a personal cellular phone that can receive both calls and text messages.