Hatzidakis Law

120 S. State Street, Suite 200
Chicago, Illinois 60603
tel. 312.857.5577 | fax. 312.849.3034

Welcome to Hatzidakis Law

Hatzidakis Law is a Chicago employee rights law firm. We fight for the rights of employees who have suffered discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and other unlawful treatment at work. We help employees obtain equal pay for equal work, and we pursue payment for unpaid overtime, bonuses, and other wage violations.
At Hatzidakis Law, we know that often your employment is your identity. You probably introduce yourself by telling others your job. If you've been fired, demoted, passed over for a promotion, or paid unfairly, it can be an emotionally-charged experience. It can also be illegal. Hatzidakis Law can empower you to assert your employment rights.
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Employees Have Rights

You have rights as an employee. You don't have to endure unlawful discrimination, harassment, or retaliation, and you have the right to be paid fairly and promptly. At Hatzidakis Law, we fight against powerful employers every day. Let us help you fight for your employment rights.

Client-Centered Advocacy

At Hatzidakis Law, we operate using a client-centered approach. We are committed to helping you understand your legal rights, and we explain legal claims to you in plain English, not stuffy “legalese.” We work with you to assess your goals, and we design a representation strategy to achieve those goals.

When we represent you,
it is because we believe
in your case.

After taking on your case, we pursue your case with dedication and with vigor. When we represent you, it is because we believe in your case and we are committed to fighting for your rights, no matter what it takes.


Practice Areas

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Discrimination
Harassment
Sexual Harassment
Retaliation
Severance Agreements
Caregiver Leave
Medical Leave & Sick Leave
Maternity Leave & Paternity Leave
Disability Accommodations
Rights of Domestic &
Sexual Violence Survivors
Overtime Violations
Non-Competition Contracts
Veterans’ Rights
Unemployment Hearings
Defamation