Employment Law – Overview

We offer a proven track record representing both employers and individuals in a wide variety of employment matters. Our approach is to evaluate the business risks, financial impact, validity of the claim, and then provide a multi-tiered strategy for resolution. Our clients trust us with their most sensitive employment issues and claims. We are highly aware of the urgent nature of employment issues and are prepared for quick actions and creative approaches to resolve employer or employee disputes.

Representing Employers in Employment Law

Helping you make difficult decisions about your employees including counseling, litigation, policies, and personnel disputes and what steps you can take to minimize the risk of a lawsuit.Representing Employees: Offering you legal counsel and advice on severance agreements, breach of employment contracts, or if you have a serious problem with your employer and need to take legal action.

Non-Compete Clauses

Help employers protect their confidential business or professional information by including reasonable restrictions on employees. Help employees identify clauses and conditions that are not reasonable, enforceable or in their best interest.

Trade Secret Agreements

Determine whether you have a valid claim and are entitled to money damages or an injunction to stop the use of your trade secret. Or, if you have been accused of taking someone else’s trade secret, assist you in evaluating your liability.

Workplace Discrimination

Counsel, negotiate, or litigate complaints concerning race or color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, pregnancy or sexual orientation.

Wrongful Termination

Legal counsel and advice on retaliation, discrimination, harassment, and objecting to or refusing to participate in an illegal activity.

Overtime and Unpaid Wage Compensation

All types of employment and wage-related issues including being denied overtime, unpaid commissions, or paid less than is required by law.

Severance Agreements

Review the terms and help negotiate a more favorable employment, executive compensation package, or severance agreement.