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Brody & OBeidy, P. A., is a South Florida law firm dedicated to employment law, drunk driving defense and you. We strongly believe in dynamic representation for those who have been wronged. In fact, our office operates under the philosophy: It is not for glory or riches, we fight, but for our people.
Brody & OBeidy fights to restore justice.
Employment Law Attorneys in Miami
Have you been asked to work overtime but not paid for it? Have you asked for a leave of absence and were told no? Have you been discriminated against because of age, race, gender, national origin or religion? If so, your sense of trust and fair play is probably shattered.
If you do not accept discrimination as business as usual, you have found your law firm. From hourly workers to CEOs, we represent clients from all walks of life. In Miami, Dade County and Broward County, call Brody & OBeidy at 888-794-7654 or contact us online.
Drunk Driving Defense in South Florida
South Florida drunk driving laws are strict, with punishment ranging from fines to jail time. If convicted of Driving Under the Influence (DUI), the charge will stay on your record. When you apply for a job or other opportunities, this may come back to haunt you.
Once you are charged with drunk driving, the clock starts ticking: To challenge the automatic revocation of your driver's license, you must take action within 10 days of the arrest.
You need a lawyer well-versed in South Florida drunk driving laws who can fight to get charges dropped or your sentence reduced. Call the Miami law firm of Brody & OBeidy at 888-794-7654 or contact us.
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In Miami, Dade County and Broward County, call Brody & OBeidy at 888-794-7654 or contact us online.
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Employment Law Contract Negotiations
Employment Law Information Center
Executive Order 11246 (Employment Discrimination in Construction Contracts)
Copeland Act ("Kickbacks" in Federally Funded Construction)
Davis-Bacon Act and Related Acts
Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977
Immigration and Nationality Act (INA)
Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act)
Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act (MSPA)
Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
Employment Discrimination and Equal Opportunity for Certain Veterans Who Served on Active Duty and Special Disabled Veterans
Equal Opportunity for Individuals with Disabilities
Employment Discrimination in Construction Contracts
Employment Discrimination and Equal Opportunity in Supply and Service Contracts (Executive Order 11246)
Notice of Employee Rights Concerning Payment of Union Dues
"Kickbacks" in Federally Funded Construction (Copeland Act)
Hours and Safety Standards in Construction Contracts
Prevailing Wages in Construction Contracts
Prevailing Wages in Service Contracts
Wages in Supply and Equipment Contracts
Crewmembers (D-1 Visas)
Immigration for Workers Obtaining Permanent Employment
Workers in Professional and Specialty Occupations
Temporary Nonagricultural Workers (H-2B Visas)
Temporary Agricultural Workers (H-2A Visas)
Plant Closings and Mass Layoffs
Family and Medical Leave
Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation
Black Lung Compensation
Mine Safety and Health
Occupational Safety and Health
Child Labor (Nonagricultural Work)
Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection
USDOJ Sues Florida City That Discriminates Against Persons With Disabilities
Justice Department Files Lawsuit Against Clerk of Circuit Court for Hillsborough County, Florida, to Defend Employment Rights of Army Reservist
Employment Law Resources
Miami Employment Attorney FAQ's
DUI Law Resources
South Florida Drunk Driving Lawyer FAQs
Undocumented Worker Rights
Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (FLSA), as amended (29 USC 201 et seq.; 29 CFR Parts 510 to 794)
Racial Discrimination Attorneys In Miami
Miami, FL Disability Discrimination Attorneys
Miami Religious Discrimination Lawyers
South Florida Drunk Driving Laws
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Young Jeezy Arrested for DUI
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