Attorney Naomi Frisch of CTM Legal Group works for the Labor and Employment practice group protecting hardworking men and women on the job. She fights for clients who have experienced discrimination or harassment in their workplace, have been terminated unlawfully, and other similar cases.
Since the start of the pandemic, she has been helping clients, especially performing artists who have been almost totally sidelined by pandemic restrictions, fight the denial of pandemic unemployment benefits.
She has had some major recent successes. Naomi negotiated a significant settlement payment for a client who was wrongfully terminated because of a disability and has settled several other cases for clients who endured mistreatment in the workplace.
She was able to reverse denial of Pandemic Unemployment Compensation to an unemployed performer, resulting in the granting of over $15,000 of benefit assistance. She also has successfully appealed unemployment denials for many clients since the pandemic began.
She was able to secure payment of fees for a make-up artist and a prop stylist who had their fees wrongfully withheld from them for several months.
Attorney Naomi Frisch and the team at CTM Legal Group are here to offer help to working men and women.
Call us if you:
- Have been mistreated at work because of their race, age, gender, religion, or other protected class.
- Need help understanding or negotiating employment agreements and severance packages.
- Are missing payments from employers that should have been received by law.
- Have been injured on the job or have concerns about workplace safety.
Clients should contact CTM Legal Group right away (by phone to 312.818.6700) because the statute of limitations for most work-related claims is very short, some as short as 30 days.