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We Provide Consultation and Representation for Employers
Finding competent employment law counsel that advises and provides representation for employers can be challenging, especially if your business has already been accused of violating employment laws.
Companies with experience working with employment law defense attorneys know that it is difficult to find counsel that knows their industry well and the employment laws that apply under various circumstances.
Arata, Swingle, Van Egmond & Heitlinger is a law firm consisting of premier employment law defense lawyers. We are known for our attention to detail, thorough trial preparation, strong negotiation skills, and proven track record of results in the courtroom.
The continually expanding and complex body of federal, state, and local employment laws make it critical that your employment law attorneys have a breadth and depth of knowledge and experience in the practice of employment law. It is also essential that they keep current on changes in law.
Our employment law defense attorneys concentrate their practice in all areas of employment law defense. Our law firm has worked with employers of all sizes, from small start-up companies to Fortune 500 companies. We provide a full range of legal services from providing legal advice and counseling, to preparing and implementing policies and procedures, to representation for employers in employment law litigation.
We have counsel employers on everything from the ADA compliance to wage and hour laws and compliance. What sets our firm apart from other employment law firms is our extensive experience representing employers and employees. Having approached countless employment law issues from different angles, our employment law attorneys bring experience and understanding that is hard to match in the courtroom.
We understand that workplace legal issues rarely have a one-size-fits-all solution and the win-at-all-costs does not provide for the best defense strategy. Our clients rely on our employment law defense attorneys for information, guidance, and risk assessment.
We tell our clients what they need to know, not what they want to hear. The goal is to work closely with our clients to develop strategies and solutions that comply with the law, minimizing disruption to the business while controlling costs.
Our consultation and representation for employers include a full range of legal services, ranging from advice to defensive representation in litigation, administrative proceedings, and ADR.
Our employment law defense attorneys have substantial experience consulting with and representing employers in nearly every area of employment law, including, but not limited to the following:
- The recruiting and hiring process
- Employee discipline
- Employee absences and leave
- Employment contracts
- ADA compliance and accommodations
- Harassment and discrimination training and defense
- Privacy in the workplace
- Employee handbooks, policies, and procedures
- Trade secret protection
- Wage and hour compliance and defense
- Layoffs, termination, and severance procedures and defense
Let us put our experience to work for you. For consultation and representation for employers, contact the employment law defense attorneys at Arata, Swingle, Van Egmond & Heitlinger at (209) 340-1110.
“This firm exemplifies how a multi-faceted group of attorneys can work together to achieve positive results.”- James M.
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