Higher Education Employment Lawyers in Rochester
Representing College & University Professors with Employment Issues
Are you a college or university professor facing an employment issue? You need the knowledgeable advice and guidance of a reputable employment lawyer who is experienced in the issues confronting higher education leadership.
The Glennon Law Firm, P.C. is one of the few law firms in the country that focuses on such matters. We are well-versed in handling them and are extremely familiar with the AAUP (American Association of University Professors), which has been established to promote faculty economic security, define professional standards, and advance academic freedom; and experienced with AAUP’s promulgated principles and statutes. Our firm has been providing skilled legal assistance in this field for many years. We urge you to take advantage of our extensive experience and knowledge to resolve your legal matter effectively and efficiently.
Types of Higher Education Employment Issues We Handle
The Glennon Law Firm, P.C. represents college and university professors in a wide range of employment law issues. We recognize the unique challenges that professors face and know how to effectively approach and resolve them.
We handle employment law cases for professors involving:
- Faculty appointments
- Faculty reviews and evaluations
- Contract issues, denials, etc.
- Contract terminations
- Copyright matters
- University/college policies
- Discrimination and harassment
- Publishing requirements
- Challenges to scholarly work
- Intellectual property rights
- Technology transfer issues
- Faculty/student issues
- Academic freedom
We understand. You worked hard in your field of study. You put in the long ours. You paid your dues. You are dedicated and passionate about education. You should be respected and treated as the professional you are. Not mistreated. The politics needs to end.
Higher Education Technology Transfer Issues
At The Glennon Law Firm, P.C., we represent faculty members who have invented something or contributed intellectual property to an invention only to have the invention assigned to their college or university. Far too often, educational institutions seek to monetize professors’ intellectual property without understanding their fiduciary responsibilities to faculty members. In many situations, professors don’t receive payment for their contributions or inventions, or at least not full payment.
Our higher education employment lawyers in Rochester represent faculty members at universities and colleges and fight to ensure that they are fairly compensated for their intellectual property.