Employee Discrimination & ERISA Benefit Claims Attorneys in Washington, D.C.

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Denise Clark

Founding Attorney

Attorney Denise Clark opened Clark Law Group, PLLC in 2007 and brought with her more than two decades of experience in employment law and employee benefits. A skilled negotiator with a proven track record of success, Denise is the advocate you want on your side as you pursue the results you deserve.

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Jeremy Greenberg

Attorney at Law

Jeremy Greenberg’s passion for helping employees with disabilities was sparked while he was earning his J.D. at George Mason University School of Law. After graduating cum laude in 2013, Jeremy joined Clark Law Group, PLLC and got to work resolving disputes on behalf of clients facing employment law issues.

We’re a Skilled Legal Team

We work to defend your rights and your benefits.

We Listen to Your Story

Here, your voice matters most. Tell us your story—we’re prepared to listen, advise, and lead you toward a solution.

We Tailor Our Services

Our attorneys are focused on you. We strive to help you choose the path forward that best fits your specific needs.

We Truly Care

You are more than just another client. You’re a valued individual, and we’ll treat you as such at every step of the process.

Practice Areas

Discrimination Litigation

Employment Contracts & Litigation

ERISA Benefits Claims & Appeals

Wage & Hour Litigation

Government Employee Discrimination & Termination Proceedings

Public & Federal Employee Benefits Claims

Our Results Say It All

Restaurant Class Action Suit

We represented former restaurant wait staff and bussers who collectively claimed violations of wage payment and overtime obligations under various laws.

Court denied defendants’ motion to dismiss or transfer and granted summary judgment for plaintiffs

Wrongful Termination

Our client was terminated from her position for failure to secure an S Class Endorsement, while other employees who also lacked the endorsement were permitted to continue to work.

Administrative judge’s ruling was reversed, and the case was remanded back to the OEA

Anti-Retaliation Case

This case involved an employee facing retaliation for making a complaint against their employer, which is a protected right under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

Employee’s complaint protected under the FLSA anti-retaliation provision

Facing a Messy Employer-Employee Conflict?

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Don’t Stand for Workplace Discrimination

You deserve to be treated with respect at your place of work. If the behaviors of another employee or your employer have made you uncomfortable, you may have grounds for a lawsuit. At Clark Legal Group, PLLC, we represent individuals who have faced discrimination due to their race, sex, sexual orientation, and more.

Put Experience in Your Corner

Our firm has decades of experience advising employees on a wide range of legal matters, from employment contract negotiations and litigation to ERISA claims and wage and hour disputes. No matter the issue you’re dealing with, we want to help you understand your rights and take legal action if those rights have been violated. Let us put our in-depth industry knowledge to work for you. 

On Your Side from Start to Finish

While it may be preferable to reach a resolution to your case outside the courtroom, it may be necessary to go to trial in order to seek the results you deserve. We’ll be here for you through every step of the litigation process, advocating for your best interests and amplifying your voice along the way.

Serving Clients in D.C. & Chicago

From our office in Washington, D.C., we represent individuals in the surrounding areas of Alexandria, Fairfax, Tysons Corner, and McLean, Virginia. In addition, we serve those in Chicago, Oak Park, Lake Forest, and Naperville, Illinois. Reach out today to discuss your case and start pursuing a path forward.

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The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) is federal legislation that allows government officials to maintain oversight over different employee-administered welfare plans and benefits. ERISA only covers two types of retirement plans: defined contribution and benefit ones.

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