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Labor & Employment

The firm's broad range of specialties dedicated to serving the needs of businesses and individuals illustrates our commitment to provide a comprehensive package of legal services designed specifically for today's labor and employment environment.

Our labor and employment attorneys have the depth and expertise to handle virtually any labor and employment related matter, offering a full range of specialized services tailored to public and private employers and individuals including:

  • Alternative dispute resolution and arbitration
  • Collective bargaining and contract administration
  • Deferred compensation plans
  • EEOC and MDCR administrative litigation
  • Embezzlement investigations and litigation
  • Employee benefit plans
  • Employment discrimination litigation
  • Employment litigation
  • Employment consulting and separation agreements
  • Employment policies and handbooks and related counseling
  • Executive compensation plans
  • FINRA
  • Immigration
  • Investigations
  • MERC litigation
  • NLRB litigation
  • Non-competition and confidentiality agreements and related litigation
  • OSHA and MIOSHA compliance and litigation
  • Other statutory and regulatory compliance
  • Stock options and other incentive compensation plans
  • Strike injunction litigation
  • Trade secret litigation
  • Unemployment administrative litigation
  • Wage hour compliance and litigation

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