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Employment Law


Our employment law attorneys strive to provide a personal and comprehensive approach to employment law issues for our clients. Since employment laws can be implicated in many day-to-day decisions in the workplace, proper training of supervisors and decision-makers is critical and our attorneys are available to provide the necessary guidance and/or training as appropriate to our clients' businesses. Whether a client needs general advice and counsel, assistance with workplace investigations, or help responding to internal complaints, administrative claims or litigation, our goal is to meet those needs in the most effective and efficient manner.


Our attorneys regularly assist clients in the negotiation, drafting and review of employment contracts, consulting contracts or separation/severance agreements either for recurring or single transactions and we are experienced in securing enforcement of standardized or negotiated employment contracts from the standpoint of either the individual or the business entity.


Our lawyers advise individuals, businesses, and governmental entities about legal matters that touch upon compliance with civil rights and nondiscrimination laws.


Compliance with federal and state drug testing regulations is vital to employers and our attorneys regularly work with employers to ensure that proper testing policies and procedures are in place.


Our attorneys are experienced in dealing with cases involving issues of leave and disability in the workplace. Our attorneys have worked with employees and employers alike in dealing with these issues. Whether dealing with individual rights regarding these topics or advising business clients on best practices, our attorneys are able to accommodate your specific needs.


A non-compete agreement provides that one party agrees to not compete with another party for a period of time. Such agreements may be entered into at the end of employment or may be a pre-condition to a new position or the start of a business relationship. Much like other contracts that deal with aspects of employment law, our attorneys are experienced in negotiating, drafting, interpreting, and securing enforcement of non-compete agreements.


Due to the increase in wage and hour litigation, payroll accuracy should be a top priority of employers in order to ensure compliance with the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) as well as applicable state law. Our attorneys regularly counsel companies regarding wage and hour compliance.


Our employment attorneys assist business clients with meeting proper notification requirements in situations involving workforce reductions or restructures.


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