Employment Law

Payroll and Employment-Related Counsel

Employment and payroll can be some of the most challenging aspects of running a business. The number of issues that can arise related to the payment of your workforce can seem overwhelming. With proper legal counsel, you can feel confident knowing that you are covered and that all of your questions will be answered. We can assist you with understanding the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and other federal and state regulations which can impact your employees and their compensation.

Dealing with employment issues is one of the most cross-cutting topics in the field of business. Because these issues often arise suddenly, proper mitigation needs to be done not only via legal support but also for public relations purposes. We can provide you with immediate advice and consulting to help meet your needs in these areas.

Our office provides thorough knowledge and advice in areas such as:

Additionally, we advise employers to properly classify their employees. Failing to do so, could result in fines and penalties from local, state, and federal agencies.

As an employer, we can advise you on:

Our office has significant experience in many areas of industrial relations, and we can assist with any needs that arise out of such areas.

As an associate, we can advise you on:

  •         Reviewing the elements of your employment contract for fairness and accuracy
  •         Defending yourself against an unfair or biased contract
  •         An evaluation of your workplace conditions for legal compliance
  •         Defending yourself against breaches of an employment agreement or involuntary dismissal
  •         Reduction of the workforce and whether your severance package is legally compliant
  •         Reviewing your employment classification status

Time is of the utmost importance regarding involuntary dismissal claims. If you believe that you have been unfairly dismissed, please contact us immediately.

Our office can also provide assistance with the following:

  • The Workplace Relations Act
  • The Employment Protection Act
  • The Industrial Relations Act
  • The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
  • The Occupational Health & Safety Act
  • Violation of privacy laws
  • Judicial awards at the State and Federal level

Learn how can help protect you from employment-related pitfalls

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