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Employment & Labor

A multitude of federal, state and local laws regulate the relationships between employers and employees. But a relationship with a strong employment and labor law firm will help you navigate the maze of issues that may govern the employment relationship.

Several of our employment and labor attorneys have worked in corporate human resources and law departments, while others have developed their skills working with seasoned employment and labor attorneys in private practice. Our attorneys understand the complexities associated with the ADA, ERISA, FLSA, FMLA and other government regulations. We offer practical and economical solutions to your personnel problems; and, collaborate with the firm’s Business Services attorneys to provide an even wider range of corporate legal counsel.

Put our knowledge to work for you. Our comprehensive services include:

  • HR Counseling
  • Labor Relations
  • Litigation
  • Corporate Transactions

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“Most labor litigation involves arbitration under the labor agreement, or disputes before the Labor Board. Arbitration cases should be approached with the same seriousness as matters pending in court. Board matters require an appreciation for the difficulties of litigating in an often hostile forum. In either case, and when matters do end up in court, our familiarity with our clients’ operations and the labor issues they encounter gives us the tools we use to help solve their problems.” – John A. McCreary, Jr.
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