Law Firm Name
Livelihood Law, LLC
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We provide counseling, representation, and advocacy services in all aspects of Labor and Employment Law including employment discrimination, harassment, retaliation, contract or commission disputes, wrongful termination, and unemployment benefits hearings. We solely represent employees, and routinely appear before the Equal Opportunity Commission, the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment, the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, and Colorado state and federal courts on behalf of our clients. We also help people get Social Security Disability Benefits.
Rachel E. Ellis of Livelihood Law, LLC is an advocate for workplace fairness and the advancement of employee rights. Ms. Ellis provides counsel to private sector and federal government employees; representative matters include discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment, unpaid commission and wages, contractual disputes, non-competition agreements, severance negotiations, and unemployment benefits. Additionally, she is fiercely devoted to legislative efforts that protect Colorado workers.
Ms. Ellis also helps people who can no longer work get the social security disability benefits they have earned. This process can be long and confusing, which is disheartening, but she helps clients through the process from application through appeals.
Ms. Ellis regularly appears in front of the Colorado Legislature, Colorado’s State and Federal Courts, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, and the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment. Ms. Ellis currently serves on WOLF's Board of Directors as the Events Chairwoman, is a Board member of Denver MAMAs, and is a former Board Member of the Colorado Plaintiffs Employment Lawyers Association, the Colorado Women’s Bar Association and the Colorado Symphony REMIX Board for Young Professionals.
employment, employee, age discrimination, breach of contract, federal employee, state employee, retaliation, sexual orientation, wrongful discharge in violation of public policy, government employee, state personnel board, federal eeo, EEOC, CCRD, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Colorado Civil Rights Division, Colorado Civil Rights Commission, FMLA, Family and Medical Leave Act, ADA, ADAAA, ADEA, Title VII, CADA, Colorado Anti-discrimination Act, equal pay, unpaid wages, severance agreement, separation agreement, commissions, bonuses, breastfeeding discrimination, wrongful termination, sexual harassment, ancestry discrimination, national origin discrimination, race discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, religious discrimination, gender discrimination, unemployment, sex discrimination, social security disability benefits