Attorney Richard Celler
Richard Celler is the Managing Partner of Richard Celler Legal, P.A., a/k/a the Florida Overtime Lawyer. He created this firm after having served as the Founding Member and Managing Partner of one of the largest employee/plaintiff side employment law divisions in the United States.
Mr. Celler’s practice focuses on all areas of the employment context from discrimination, harassment, and retaliation under the Florida Civil Rights Act, Title VII, the Family Medical Leave Act, and other employment related statutes. Additionally, Mr. Celler represents individuals in whistleblower and wage and hour litigation (overtime, minimum wage, commissions, final paychecks). We encourage you to look at the remainder of our website for information on your rights and benefits in the workplace – www.floridaovertimelawyer.com.
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Attorney Noah E. Storch
Attorney Noah E. Storch is a Partner of Richard Celler Legal, P.A., a/k/a the Florida Overtime Lawyer. What separates Mr. Storch from most, are his years of experience representing and counseling employers of all sizes, exclusively in employment related matters.
Most recently, Mr. Storch defended companies at the largest and most distinguished global management-side defense firm in all areas of employment law. Mr. Storch’s experience and insight is now being put to use in defense of workers…
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Attorney Robert Pecchio
Since graduating law school and joining Celler Legal, Robert represents and counsels individuals in all types of employment and labor law matters, including, harassment, discrimination and retaliation, wage and hour disputes, whistleblower disputes, and other employment and labor law issues. Mr. Pecchio is admitted to practice in Florida state courts..
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Attorney German Beard
Mr. Beard was born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. He moved to South Florida with his family when he was 11 years old. After graduating from high school in Fort Lauderdale, and went on to obtain is J.D. and was admitted to practice law in Florida as an attorney. At Celler Legal, German is a passionate defender of employee rights, and assists in a variety of areas in the employment law context.
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Attorney Andres Kroboth
Andres Kroboth was born in Caracas, Venezuela. At an early age him and his family moved to Chicago where he spent his adolescent years. Andres attended Florida International University graduating Summa Cum Laude. At Celler Legal, Andres provides legal counsel to employees regarding a variety of employment law related matter, including discrimination, retaliation, whistleblower disputes, and wage and hour/unpaid wages claims.
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Attorney Alexander T. Harne
Prior to joining Richard Celler Legal, P.A., Mr. Harne specialized in labor and employment law and defense litigation. Mr. Harne has represented several Fortune 500 companies, in additional to various other employers and municipalities throughout South Florida, on matters ranging from employment discrimination and retaliation under local, state and federal laws, wage and hour disputes, public and private whistleblower actions, restrictive covenants and other contact disputes, employee benefits assistance and COBRA, employee handbook and company policy-making and advising clients as to best practices in employment and labor matters. During this time, Mr. Harne honed his skills and gained extensive litigation experience at both the state and federal level. Mr. Harne is admitted to practice in the Southern, Middle and Norther Districts of Florida.
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Attorney Layal Souwed
Layal was born in a small village in Lebanon. She moved to South Florida with her family at a very young age. Layal graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in Criminology and a Minor in Arabic Language and Studies. Layal earned her law degree from Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad College of Law, where she graduated with her Pro Bono Honors Certificate and Litigation Track Certificate. While in law school, Layal interned for the Honorable Judge Kathleen McHugh of the 17th Judicial Circuit of Broward County, as well as the City of Fort Lauderdale Prosecutor’s Office, and the Broward County State Attorney’s Office. At Richard Celler Legal, Layal handles a variety of cases involving labor and employment matters, including, harassment, discrimination and retaliation, wage and hour disputes, whistleblower disputes, and other employment and labor law issues. Layal is admitted to practice law in the state of Florida.
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