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Labor and Employment Defense

Our proven labor and employment lawyers regularly advise and defend companies in all labor and employment law matters, whether it's training, advising, counseling, investigating, or defending.

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Employment Defense Lawyer

Our employment attorneys defend clients in employment related matters involving pay, working conditions, benefits, harassment, and discrimination. 

Our employment defense lawyers have experience defending clients in:

  • Affirmative Action

  • Age Discrimination

  • Americans with Disabilities Act

  • EEOC

  • Equal Opportunity Employer


  • FLSA

  • Harassment Claims

  • Noncompete

  • Overtime Pay

  • Pregnancy

  • Racial Discrimination

  • Sexual Discrimination

  • Sexual Harassment

  • Sexual Orientation

  • Unfair Labor Practices

  • Unpaid Wages

  • Wage and Hour

  • Whistleblower

  • Wrongful Termination

Experienced Labor and Employment Defense Lawyers

The laws governing labor and employment matters pertain to the relationships among employees or employee groups, such as union organizations, and employers. An experienced employment lawyer focuses on a wide range of employment law matters including employment discrimination, wages, unemployment compensation, workers’ compensation, pensions, and workplace safety claims.

Our experienced employment lawyers can navigate the details of labor and employment to avoid litigation. We regularly advise clients on the best course of action. If a claim or lawsuit is filed, our attorneys can easily step into the role of defense counsel. We carefully analyze each case to form sound strategies in efficiently managing each client’s matter. Our defense lawyers are distinguished by a history of successful labor and employment representation, both in and out of court and through settlements and trials.

For a dedicated employment defense attorney, trust us to deliver quality representation for all your labor and employment law needs.

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