Employment Law

We help our clients create better workplaces.

Young Moore and Henderson has successfully represented clients in numerous types of labor and employment matters. These diverse matters include formulation of corporate policies, handling private disputes between employers and employees, advising on employment practices liability insurance; preparation of employee handbooks and policies; investigating employee misconduct and harassment; handling claims and investigations by various governmental agencies such as the EEOC and DOL; counseling clients in connection with discharge and discipline; preparation of employment contracts and covenants not to compete; COBRA and ERISA and other related matters.

These matters include handling claims of discrimination on account of race, sex, religion, age, disability and national origin under state and federal law. They also include claims relating to sexual harassment, wrongful discharge, wage and hour, retaliation, workplace privacy, workers compensation, occupational safety and health, covenants not to compete, trade secrets, employment contracts, COBRA and employee benefits issues arising under ERISA. (See Employment Litigation.)

At Young Moore and Henderson, we routinely submit written papers and speak at many state, national and international seminars on labor and employment law. We have been recognized by our peers and in publications for our experience and competence in employment law. We conduct seminars and training sessions on employment law including discharge procedures, record keeping, sexual harassment prevention, supervision, privacy issues, hiring procedures and other related topics. For all our clients, we handle these matters promptly, efficiently and confidentially.

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