Our Labor and Employment attorneys represent management in all aspects of the employer-employee relationship, including:

  • General human resources matters
  • Equal employment opportunity issues
  • Wage and hour litigation
  • Affirmative action and OFCCP audits
  • Employment and severance terms
  • Covenants not to compete
  • Trade secret litigation
  • Employment-related defamation litigation
  • FMLA litigation and counseling
  • Disability accommodations
  • Whistleblower claims
  • Traditional labor/management relations
  • Occupational safety and health
  • Workers' compensation
  • Immigration
  • Unemployment compensation
  • Employee benefits and ERISA

Our attorneys are trial lawyers who routinely defend employers in federal and state courts and administrative agencies regionally and throughout the country. We have been particularly successful in winning cases on summary judgment before cases go to trial.

We regularly advise clients on compliance with federal and state regulations, including family and medical leave and wage and hour laws. Our attorneys conduct training programs for our clients’ managers to enhance compliance and help with risk management by reducing employment-related claims. We emphasize counseling to avoid liability through constructive human resource methods.

In addition to advising employers on statutory compliance, our attorneys prepare:

  • Employee handbooks
  • Personnel policies
  • Social media policies
  • Employment contracts
  • Noncompetition agreements
  • Confidentiality agreements
  • Arbitration agreements
  • Severance agreements
  • WARN Act notices (for plant closings and mass layoffs)
  • Affirmative action plans 

For more information, please contact any of the attorneys listed below.

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