Cramer Law Group is a small but determined team with a successful record of winning for our clients – both employees and small business owners.

Attorneys Amy and Tom Cramer understand what it is like to fight the David-Goliath fight and we work hard to seek justice for clients. If disagreements arise during your employment that are not resolved, we will file a lawsuit. We are committed to serving those who have employment claims and we are tenacious in our approach to telling our clients’ stories and proving their claims.

Sometimes it is best to enter the employment relationship with an eyes-wide-open attitude. We work with individuals who are just beginning employment with a company across all industries and professions reviewing hiring contracts.

Other times positions don’t work out as planned and you find yourself separating from your job.  We assist exiting employees with a review of their severance contracts, non-compete and restrictive covenant agreements, helping to ensure you protect your rights as you exit employment.

We handle both litigation and transactional cases.

Amy and Tom Cramer came highly recommended by a friend, and after working with them, I know why. From our first phone consultation, I knew Cramer Law would be my firm. During that call, Amy Cramer gave me confidence that she would secure a positive outcome for my case and took the time to learn the complexities of my issue. Amy and Tom familiarize themselves with every aspect of my case, from the legal nuances to the personal and professional cost. They used this knowledge to give me thoughtful advice and helped me make informed decisions about how to proceed. They were also nimble and creative problem-solvers. When my personal situation changed it also affected the status of my case. Cramer Law quickly came up with a solution that accommodated my needs and achieved a successful outcome. Most important, Amy and Tom possess a tenacious spirit that championed me through every step of a difficult situation. I would work them again without hesitation.

~ Anne, Employment Client