COMPLIANCE & LITIGATION
Running a business is hard. Just surviving long enough to hire employees is something to be proud of. The problem is that adding employees makes things even more difficult to manage. Employers have a host of responsibilities when it comes to hiring and retaining talent. They have to comply with a host of federal laws, state laws, and various regulations. Just keeping things straight can be a nightmare.
To make matters worse, employees occasionally feel like they're being or have been mistreated. They file complaints and the investigation grinds your business to a halt. You try to comply with demands from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or the state's own agency, but the demands are excessive and there is a lot on the line.
You need help. That's where I come in.
I help businesses deal with employment and labor issues by taking a proactive approach. I help you establish procedural safeguards against complaints and to keep your business compliant. The goal is to manage complaints before they spiral into litigation. If the EEOC files a charge, I can step in to handle the mediation, position statement, and EEOC investigation for you. And if there's a lawsuit, you better believe that I'm ready to litigate tooth and nail to protect your business.
Forge the distractions and keep running your business. I'll take care of it.
- Establishment of compliant employment procedures;
- Complaint procedure audits;
- Internal investigations;
- Crisis management;
- EEOC and state agency charges;
- Benefits issues under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA);
- Executive compensation matters;
- Litigated matters, including:
- Fair Labor Standards Act;
- Family Medical Leave Act;
- Title VII (Civil Rights Act of 1964);
- Age Discrimination in Employment Act;
- Any state actions brought under employment laws.
Litigation & other services
Understanding your rights as an employee isn't easy to do. There are a maze of federal and state laws that involve the employee-employer relationship. That's where employment lawyers come in. I represent employees in FLSA, FMLA, Title VII, ADEA, ERISA, and other employment law cases. I also help employees navigate unemployment benefits, retirement benefit issues, and separation and severance agreements.