One Financial Square
32 Old Slip, Suite 3200-B
New York, New York 10005
T. 212-509-2566 F. 646-367-3331

Employment and Labor Law, Litigation, Appeals,
Wage and Hour Law, Severance Agreements, Executive Contracts,
Civil Service Proceedings, Arbitration and Mediation

Kousoulas & Associates P.C. has represented and counseled executives, employees, civil servants, small businesses and non-profit organizations in employment discrimination, labor and civil service matters since 1995. While our firmís primary focus has been in the area of employment litigation and labor law, we have successfully handled other matters ranging from negotiating agreements to litigating breach of contract and professional malpractice claims. Our primary mission is to provide quality representation to our clients, relying upon our attorneys' professional legal experience, our firmís reasonable fee structure, and our unwavering commitment to our clients.

Our practice areas include Employment Discrimination, Labor Law, Federal Litigation, Breach of Contract Claims, Family Law, Mediation, Arbitration, Civil Service Law, Torts/Medical/Professional Malpractice.

Our Reputation:

"The preparation actually accomplished by Ms. Kousoulas was evident in the effectiveness with which she presented the case. She was organized, efficient, and in full control of the documentary record, in a manner that could have only been the result of long hours of rigorous study and analysis of the material, and hard thought about strategy. Those hours of work paid off both in skillful advocacy...and in saving the court and jury time at trial."

United States District Court Judge Gerard E. Lynch
Uddin v. New York City Administration for Childrenís Services,
2001 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 19373 (S.D.N.Y. Nov. 21, 2001)

Our fee structure is flexible, depending on the nature of the case we are retained to handle. In all cases, we require written retainer agreements before rendering any legal services. To schedule a consultation, please call us at 212-509-2566 or contact us online.