Employment litigation is a distraction from optimum business performance. We help insurance companies and corporations to effectively confront the burdens of litigation and prioritize their business needs. We provide aggressive, consistent and efficient representation in employment law matters at competitive rates.
Mindful of the costs of litigation, we collaborate with clients on risk avoidance and understanding possible claims exposure, and help them to develop and implement risk management measures to minimize employment claims. Our attorneys develop employee handbooks and human resources documentation, and provide advice on problematic employment situations. We work with employers to develop early, creative and fair claim resolutions.
Because employment litigation can quickly deteriorate in the face of personality conflicts and intractable points of view, successful resolution involves swift investigations and a proactive approach. Our attorneys assist clients with interviews of employee witnesses, and strategize with company owners, risk managers, human resource personnel, and insurer representatives regarding defenses, discovery, and potential case resolution. We prepare employees for optimal deposition performance.
Our attorneys promote open communication with counsel for the claimant seeking to gain an understanding of potential liability, establish productive working relationships, and explore possible resolutions. Our approach to employment litigation has delivered excellent results as we serve as national coordinating counsel for one of the largest professional employer organizations in the country.
When the need arises, we provide our clients with proven trial talent. Our attorneys regularly appear as counsel on behalf of employers in federal and state court, and before federal and state administrative agencies. We have helped clients achieve successful results in a wide range of cases involving allegations of racial, ethnic and gender-based discrimination, sexual harassment, wage and hour violations, retaliation and wrongful termination.