Advocating for Employees' Rights in the Workplace
Betsy Rader graduated from Yale Law School in 1986, and brings thirty years of successful advocacy experience to her clients. She is an employment lawyer who is passionate about employees' cases and is always responsive to her clients' needs. Betsy is a Life Member of the 8th District Judicial Conference and served as a Vice-President of the Cleveland Legal Aid Society, among other volunteer work in the Cleveland community and Geauga County. She serves on the Board of the Ohio Employment Lawyers Association and is a member of the National Employment Lawyers Association.
You can reach Betsy at email@example.com
Betsy Rader has successfully litigated employment cases involving many types of discrimination, including age discrimination, gender discrimination, disability discrimination, race discrimination, and sexual harassment. She represents hourly workers, managers and executives. She also represents employees whose companies have violated the wage and hour laws, such as minimum wage and overtime laws. In addition, she negotiates contracts and severance arrangements, and represents employees in regard to non-compete agreements as well as advising companies who wish to hire employees.
Betsy Rader advocates for employees who do the right thing in the work place by "blowing the whistle." If those employees experience retaliation, Betsy protects their rights. In addition to employment law, Betsy has graduate certification in Health Care Corporate Compliance, and handles qui tam cases brought under the False Claims Act. She is experienced in HIPAA privacy compliance. She also represents consumers whose rights are violated under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.