Our attorneys have experience in successfully representing both employees and employers in employment litigation. There are a multitude of state and federal statutes that govern how employers must treat employees in a variety of situations. Occasionally, employers, either knowingly or unknowingly, run afoul of these obligations, creating a cause of action that the employee may bring against the employer.
In addition, employees and employers often execute employment agreements, which impose various rights and obligations on each party. Frequently, employment agreements contain restrictive covenants, such as non-competition agreements, non-solicitation agreements, non-disparagement agreements, and confidentiality agreements. We have experience in these types of disputes both in representing the employer seeking to enforce the restrictive covenants and in representing the employee seeking a determination that the restrictive covenants are not enforceable because they were not narrowly tailored to protect the legitimate business interests of the employer.
Whether you are an employee or an employer, if you are involved in an employment dispute or are concerned that an employment dispute may arise, contact the Business Law Group for a free consultation to discuss your rights and the best strategy for proceeding.