Testimonials

New York Employee's Lawyer

 

"To Whom it may Concern,"

"I want to thank you for your wonderful service. I ended up working with Steven Mitchell Sack whom you recommended. He was incredible and recently resolved my case regarding a severance payout from my former employer. Mr. Sack was extremely precise, professional, kept to a time line, and always called when he said he would. He was also very supportive and reassuring. He offered a lot of help during this difficult time one experiences when they have lost their job. I would highly recommend him to anyone with a need for an employee's lawyer. His book,"The Employee Rights Handbook"(which he self publishes and is generously included in the $35.00 consultation fee) is extremely handy as well."

"Again, I really lucked out the day I contacted you and followed through with your referral of Steven Mitchell Sack."

Thank you,
Gail


"Steven extended an outstanding effort, and effective service, which resolved a complex matter with an ex-employer. I can't imagine having better attorney services than Steven. He represents an immeasurable credit to the National Shoe Travelers. His contribution confirms that my NST membership is essential to my work in the footwear industry."
—Rick B.


"Mr. Sack was phenomenal. He was extremely clear, helpful, and realistic but at the same time energizing, very hardworking and fast. He gave me strength to keep going when I wanted to collapse and hide. The defense memo he helped me hone made the bosses back off and gave hope to other co-workers and helped them find their voice. Thank you to all the lawyers who participate in the LRS."
—Alice H.


“Simply written and easy to digest, this book may save you some serious money in determining what your rights are in the workplace. If you feel you have been discriminated against, want to know what the grounds are for an illegal firing, or are unsure of what kind of lawyer to see if you are planning to sue, you should get a copy...”
—New Woman Magazine


“Steven Mitchell Sack discusses what is and isn’t legal in the workplace.”
—Publisher’s Weekly


“The Employee Rights Handbook may very well be the authoritative text on the pitfalls of being a employee . . . Sack has somehow managed to take all of this detailed, complicated, and relatively dry information and make it very readable and interesting. The book is well worth the money regardless of your occupation and locale.”
—Career Corner


"The good news is that if you’re fired or laid off, the odds are that you have more rights than you think. You most probably have more coming to you than your employer thinks you have.”
—The Computer Marketing Newsletter


"I wanted to express my sincere thanks for the work you did on my behalf. I know it wasn’t easy.
Now that I have made the decision to pursue a greater compensation through litigation, if necessary, I feel much better.
Thank you once again for making this whole experience more bearable."

Sincerely,
Maria Cosentino


"I am writing you to thank you for writing the book “Getting Fired.” Due to what I learned in your book I was able to leave my former position with a generous severance package. This package included my vacation pay, additional pay, bonus, and a positive reference. I was able to get all of this despite the fact that I had been with my former employer for only eight months.
Thanks to you, during my time of unemployment I have not had to struggle and have lived relatively well. Without the knowledge I gained from your book, I may not have been able to leave my former employer on a positive note."

Yours truly,
Alfonzo Mason


"All in all, I felt that your testimony was very important to our case; it was the spark we needed, particularly since our evidence had become so cold as the result of delays in the proceedings.
Jim and I also want to thank you for the autographed copies of your book, and your kind inscriptions inside the cover. That was a touch of class and a pleasant surprise."

Best regards,
Mason H. Rose, V


"I received the books today and have forwarded them to Kevin and Ken with your compliments.
I appreciate the fine manner in which you supported my efforts during the recent negotiations with [name withheld].
Do not hesitate to contact me if I can ever be of service to you. I certainly will be in contact with you if a similar situation should arise."

Regards,
Deon


"Noted labor attorney Steven Mitchell Sack provides invaluable information for all working women on their job rights and workplace issues. He is a gold mine!”
—Good Morning America


"If you feel that you have been discriminated against, want to know what the grounds are for an illegal firing, or are unsure of what kind of lawyer to see if you’re planning to sue an employer, you should get a copy of The Employee Rights Handbook... The book is simply written and easy to digest for those without a law degree... Since hiring a labor lawyer can quickly drain anyone’s bank account, this book may save you some serious money in determining what your rights are in the workplace.”
—New Woman Magazine


"Author and lawyer Steven Mitchell Sack offers tips that all workers should use to empower themselves... If there’s one message driving Sack through his work, it’s know your rights.”
—The Detroit News


“Sack is a kind of lone ranger in barrister’s garb who has real passion when it comes to workplace rights.”
—The Philadelphia Jewish Exponent


“Attorney Sack offers an impressive amount of useful information.”
—Library Journal


“Sack knows the law and what you can do... His information is invaluable.”
—Rapport