Helping Businesses Adhere To State And Federal Employment Laws
When litigation of employment claims is necessary, Holden Litigation’s labor and employment attorneys draw upon a wealth of experience in defending these lawsuits in state and federal courts as well as before administrative agencies. Our attorneys have in-depth knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Family and Medical Leave Act, Equal Pay Act of 1963, Work Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988 and the Fair Labor Standards Act, as well as numerous state fair employment practice areas.
Our attorneys have extensive experience in state and federal courts defending against wrongful termination, tort, discrimination and other unfair claims that could seriously impact a business’s reputation and bottom line. We represent clients before government bodies and in civil litigation when they are wrongfully accused of violating employment statutes and policies. Our attorneys’ proficiency in employment-related litigation enables us to successfully resolve cases either through skilled negotiation, aggressive motion practice, or if necessary, trial.
Custom Solutions For Your Long-Term Business Goals
One of the greatest challenges presented to our clients is the integration of an increasingly diversified workforce. Holden Litigation‘s labor and employment attorneys are committed to counseling and providing representation for our clients regarding their most valuable assets – their human resources. Our attorneys are experienced in all phases of the employer-employee relationship, and work with our clients to ensure their compliance with employment-related laws and regulations.
Holden Litigation frequently develops and lectures on the best ways to develop extensive training programs for companies, supervisors and management. Our goal is to help you prevent conflicts with employees, unions and federal and state regulators as you try to manage your expanding business.