This is not an easy question to answer. Every lawyer has his or her own perspective, and these perspectives may vary depending on the type of practice area in which they are engaged.
The ultimate decision for selecting a legal team comes down to two primary factors: trust and fit. Lawyers with similar knowledge of employment law practices will be able to provide counsel that fits your needs better than one who does not understand what you need because he/she simply did not take the time to learn about it, or was never trained in it. Conversely, if you’re looking for representation purely based upon price (cost), then perhaps this should be something that should be taken into consideration as well (although remember there are still other components like quality).
As an example, let us look at Gregory Wiercinski who has been practicing workplace law since 1987; he also serves as director of labor relations for The Boeing Company where he works closely with unions representing over 4800 employees worldwide. He currently represents clients in all forms of employment litigation throughout Washington State including wage-and-hour claims, wrongful termination claims against employers under both state and federal laws, harassment claims arising from union grievances filed by employees seeking protection from their employer’s actions under federal laws enforced by the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”), discrimination claims brought under Title VII alleging sexual orientation bias at work place among others issues involving alleged retaliatory conduct resulting from employee complaints regarding unlawful conduct committed by employers against the complainants themselves pursuant to various