Our firm represents employers and employees in their respective employment law matters. This diversity gives us the balanced perspective needed to assess cases realistically when we give our clients advice. Representing both employers and employees gives us a better understanding of the needs of both. This means our only “agenda” is providing each client with the best legal representation given the needs of that client’s particular case.
Clients who are employers often call us for assistance in understanding and complying with their legal obligations. They also seek our advice on handling personnel matters in a way that either reduces the likelihood of litigation, or should litigation ensue, puts them in the best legal position possible.
Clients who are employees often call us for advice on matters ranging from employment contracts to severance agreements to discrimination to grievance procedures to wage and hour problems. We assist these clients in understanding and enforcing their legal rights.
We also represent individuals or companies in negotiating and writing contracts for independent contractor and subcontractor relationships.
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