What attorney Joseph Garrison enjoys most about his work is helping the underdog employee take on the mighty employer. He also takes satisfaction in knowing that, over time, these types of cases have effected societal changes by addressing racial discrimination in the workplace, lifting the glass ceiling for women and challenging the bias against aging workers.

The New Haven employment law firm of Garrison, Levin-Epstein, Richardson, Fitzgerald & Pirrotti largely concentrates on representing employees who allege they were wrongfully terminated or shortchanged financially. It also forged a successful settlement for clients in a nationally publicized Title IX suit. For its impact on employment and discrimination law, Garrison Levin-Epstein was chosen to receive a Litigation Department of the Year Award from the Connecticut Law Tribune.

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