The law firm of Correia & Puth, PLLC is devoted exclusively to the representation of employees. The firm represents targets of sex harassment and discrimination, and whistleblowers who have encountered retaliation. Correia & Puth represents employees, professionals and executives negotiating contracts and severance agreements, at every level in every field or profession. As advocates for employee rights, Correia & Puth dedicate all of their professional work to workplace fairness and justice for employees.
For over two decades, Linda Correia and Jonathan Puth have worked together representing employees, and lead a firm dedicated solely to employment law and only to the representation of employees, in all aspects of the employment relationship and with particular emphasis on employees who have been treated unfairly due to their status, and retaliated against or terminated due to unlawful discrimination, harassment, or whistleblowing.
Correia & Puth, PLLC is deeply devoted to advancing employee rights. The firm aggressively fights discrimination, retaliation, and sexual harassment in the workplace. The firm also advocates for employees in severance negotiations, seeks to protect disability and leave rights, and counsels employees facing workplace difficulties.
Linda Correia and Jonathan Puth are recognized leaders in the law and have been selected for inclusion by Super Lawyers and The Best Lawyers in America® for their work representing employees. Both were selected by Trial Lawyers for Public Justice as Trial Lawyer of the Year in 2000 as co-counsel. Ms. Correia and Mr. Puth are rated by Martindale-Hubbell as “AV Preeminent,” the highest attorney peer review rating. The members of Correia & Puth have achieved a reputation as tenacious advocates for their clients.
Ms. Correia & Mr. Puth have presided over or served on the Board of Directors of organizations dedicated to advancing workplace rights and the fair administration of justice, including the National Employment Lawyers Association, the Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association, Public Justice Foundation, and the Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan Washington, DC.