Preserving Justice in the Workplace Since 1992
Client-Centric • Result Driven
At Filippatos PLLC, we fight for you to achieve fairness and justice in the workplace. Our firm consists of a team of dedicated professionals to strive to treat you (and each other) like family because dealing with unfair and unlawful treatment in the workplace will often put you and your family in crisis. Through strategic thinking and tactical expertise, we forcefully leverage our advocacy skills to win innovative and compassionate solutions that are both lucrative and restorative for our clients. While many of our competitors prescribe their brand as the only approach, we reject this “one-size-fits-all” philosophy, and instead strive to achieve a successful result that is most aligned with your unique needs. For example, some cases are best litigated in the court of public opinion, while others benefit most from private adjudication. Simply put, it depends on each client’s specific goals and circumstances. We believe the client’s individuality and agency are of the utmost importance in determining the optimal solution for each case.
Parisis G. (“Gerry”) Filippatos
Parisis G. Filippatos has personally led litigations and negotiations that have resulted in the recovery of over $70 Million for his clients collectively. Having represented thousands of individuals in the workplace, and conducted over a thousand legal proceedings, including depositions, hearings, arbitrations, and trials, Mr. Filippatos views his role as an attorney to be part advocate, part educator, and part guardian of his clients’ rights in the workplace.
Keenly aware that the client’s wishes should be paramount in the disposition of the case, Mr. Filippatos takes very seriously his professional responsibility to facilitate sound decision-making on their behalf. Driven to make a beneficial difference in their lives, Mr. Filippatos is relentless in his pursuit of justice for his clients. While every case is different, Mr. Filippatos firmly believes that every client should be treated fundamentally the same—with fairness, dignity, and respect.