Our Employment Practice assists employers ranging in size from emerging growth companies to multi-national corporations with a full range of legal solutions to issues affecting the workplace. Our Employment Practice includes all aspects of employment counseling and litigation, including wrongful discharge, employment discrimination, and complex wage and hour class action litigation. In addition, our Employment attorneys deal with Executive Compensation and Employee Benefits when employment issues arise
in connection with complex transactions, such as acquisitions and outsourcing transactions.
Federal and State Agency Practice
Our attorneys have experience representing management before the:
Employer Counseling, Training and Policy Development
We provide immediate and ongoing advice and counsel to employers regarding best employment practices as well as compliance with federal, state and local employment laws, including the:
We are also able to provide consultation regarding:
We provide effective workforce strategies through consulting and litigation. This gives us a unique perspective on strategies for public and private employers faced with litigation issues, including employment discrimination, sexual harassment, breach of contract and non-compete agreements, wrongful termination, lawsuits under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act and class action lawsuits.
We appear before federal and local agencies, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, National Labor Relations Board, United States Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division, Office of Federal Contract Compliance and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. We also regularly represent clients in mediation and arbitration proceedings, under collective bargaining agreements, individual employment contracts, and securities industry self-regulatory organizations.
We also provide a complete range of services for labor relations, from initial counseling to NLRB hearings to appellate court practice, striving to assist employers in maintaining positive relations with their employees and avoiding the disruption of litigation.