Our clients include businesses of all sizes and types, including corporations, partnerships, technology firms, medical practices and city and municipality employers and agencies. We enjoy close relationships with our employer clients and are “on call” to advise them with regard to issues that arise on the job and assist them in managing and limiting risks through developing and using employment policies and procedures.
Our attorneys have experience in all facets of the employment relationship, from drafting handbooks and employment agreements, to advising clients regarding best practices, to negotiating the termination of the employment relationship. With our significant experience in the field of employment law, we are skilled at assessing risk and evaluating pros and cons with respect to early resolution of claims, and adept at negotiating successful and creative resolutions that often produce results not achievable through litigation.
- Drafting Employee Handbooks, Policies and Procedures
Our attorneys have several decades of experience and education in employment law and human resource management. We can help you draft an employee handbook and policies and procedures tailored to your business and the employment laws that apply to you. Having these policies in place can provide a defense against future claims by employees and provide clear guidance for uniform and equitable treatment by your managers. These handbooks must be regularly updated to reflect current business practices and changes in applicable laws and regulations.
- ‘On Call’ to Advise on Employee Issues
The best policy is prevention. We are skilled at recognizing the red flags in a situation that could develop into a lawsuit in the future. Call our office if you are concerned about an employee situation.
- Discipline and Termination of Employees to Avoid a Lawsuit
The majority of employment lawsuits arise out of facts involving disciplinary actions or termination. Our attorneys can protect your business interests by guiding you through the discipline and termination process with an eye towards preventing or defending against future litigation.
- Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act
If you are in a situation where you need to conduct a mass layoff, contact our firm to determine if the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act applies to you and if so, to ensure compliance.
- Theft of Employer Electronic Records
- Theft of Employer Trade Secrets
- Employee Breach of Fiduciary Duties and Business Relations
- Interference with Contractual and Business Relations
- Unfair Competition
- Business Conspiracy
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