Whether your business has one employee or a thousand, it is always essential to ensure you have a stable employment plan in place. A well-thought-out plan and business structure can help reduce, if not eliminate, many of the problems that are sure to arise down the road.
Employment issues can be both expensive and time-consuming. Although companies plan to avoid employment issues, they are not always possible to prevent. The goal of our employment lawyers is to bring a quick resolution to these disputes.
Our employment attorneys have vast experience in dealing with:
Filed with Texas Workforce Commission relating to unemployment claims
Filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission discrimination charges
Handling wage and hour audits through the Department of Labor
Defending overtime claims
Drafted Stock Appreciation agreements (Phantom Stock)
Suing ex-employees for contract infractions, based on non-disclosure agreements, trade secrets, and other violations
Litigating employment disputes in both federal and state courts
Implementation and defense of non-compete agreements and non-solicitation agreements
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With experience handling employment litigation from both the employer and employee perspective, our firm has the experience and knowledge to get our clients the best results as efficiently and quickly as possible.
What our employment attorneys Helped Our Clients Achieve
Negotiated employment contracts for numerous local health care professionals, consultants, and other business agents
Drafted and revised employment handbooks for about fifty companies
Defended common cause actions
Negotiated severance packages