Linda Correia, Jonathan Puth, & Firm Recognized by U.S. News & World Report

Washington, D.C. (August 22, 2017) – Correia & Puth, PLLC was named by U.S. News and World Report to its 2018 Best Law Firms© list in the areas of Civil Rights, Litigation (Labor & Employment Law), and Employment Law (Individuals). Correia & Puth is dedicated to representing employees confronting workplace discrimination, retaliation, and unfair treatment. Correia & Puth’s lawyers have earned a reputation as fierce advocates for employee rights and is rated as among the top “Tier 1” law firms in the areas of both Civil Rights Law and Employment Law.

Linda M. Correia and Jonathan C. Puth have also been selected for inclusion in the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in America© for their work in Civil Rights, Employment Law, and Litigation – Employment & Labor Law. Ms. Correia and Mr. Puth are recognized leaders in the law, and for over two decades, have worked together representing employees in all aspects of the employment relationship and with particular emphasis on employees who have been treated unfairly due to their status, and retaliated against or terminated due to unlawful discrimination, harassment, or whistleblowing.

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