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Gerald V. Dandeneau, P.C.
Melville, New York Labor and Employment Law

Experienced Outside Counsel For Employers

The law office of Gerald V. Dandeneau, P.C., in the Long Island community of Melville, New York, represents clients in litigation matters related to breach of employment contracts.

With more than 44 years of experience providing legal counsel for employers as well as employees involved in disputes and litigation, attorney Gerald Dandeneau is in a unique position to apply successful strategies based on in-depth knowledge of the opposing side.

Our attorneys have experience in employment law matters related to:

  • Severance agreements
  • Litigation of compensation and benefits agreements
  • Violations of trade secrets, nondisclosure agreements
  • Restrictive covenants, agreements not to compete
  • Intellectual property issues
  • Independent contractor employment agreements
  • Wrongful termination
  • Discrimination and harassment

Visit our Labor Law page to learn more about attorney Gerald Dandeneau's decades of experience representing union benefit funds as well as management in litigation related to benefits and breach of contract in New York.

Case Preparation Is Always Key To A Successful Outcome

In any litigation matter, preparing the strongest, clearest case of evidence is always the key to success, either in settlement negotiations or in court. Our firm has earned recognition among legal professionals and satisfied clients for our resources and capacity to thoroughly investigate the underlying issues, to work toward an efficient, cost-effective resolution outside of court, whenever possible.


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