Practice Areas

Labor & Employment

From large organizations with complex issues, to small or mid-sized companies in need of employee relation matters, May Oberfell Lorber takes a practical, relationship-based approach to resolving your labor, employment law and human resource needs.

With a unique combination of real-world experience and legal skills, our labor and employment team is dedicated to assisting you in improving the quality of your work environment by providing sound, practical legal advice with a personal touch.

We provide counsel in every area of the employer-employee relationship including:

  • Title VII
  • FMLA
  • ADAAA
  • ADEA
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Recruitment, Employment Interviewing and Hiring Processes
  • Employment Agreements
  • Personnel Policy Development and Administration
  • Facility Audits
  • Employee Handbook Development
  • Employee Discipline and Termination
  • Terminations and Reduction-in-Force Issues
  • Form I-9 Compliance and Immigration
  • Management Training
  • Benefit Administration
  • Union and Organizational Matters
  • Collective Bargaining
  • Contract and Grievance Administration
  • Labor Arbitration
  • NLRB and Unfair Labor Practice Matters
  • OSHA and General Safety (including safety program development)
  • FLSA/Wage and Hour Issues
  • Unemployment
  • Worker’s Compensation
  • ERISA Withdrawal Liability

We also counsel employers in development of strategies to protect competitive interests, confidential information and trade secrets, as well as human resources and employee relations issues.

 

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