Considering Legal Action Michael Brown on 20 Sep 2014
My law firm represents workers in employment and wage lawsuits across the U.S. and is investigating Wal-mart’s new dress code policy. Are you a Wal-mart worker — or do you know one– who has bought clothes due to Wal-mart’s new dress code policy?
If so, and you are interested in speaking with a lawyer, please contact me, attorney Michael Brown, at 920-238-6781 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
According to news reports, Wal-Mart has a new dress code policy that requires workers to wear certain clothes to work. If workers do not have the clothes– e.g. pants, shirts, etc. of the required kind and color– they must obtain or buy them. Wal-mart informs workers they can buy the clothes from Wal-mart.
It is possible workers may have legal rights and options. Different States have different laws that potentially apply to clothes-purchase issues. Legal rights depend on the circumstances, including the State a given employee works in, whether the employee has purchased clothes (and has a receipt or other proof), and other factors.
A worker interested in legal rights should not rely on his or her own assumptions or advice from people who are not employment attorneys. If you are interested in speaking with an attorney, please feel free to contact me.