Employment & Labor Law
Most of us spend a significant portion of our time in the workplace, and it is critically important that everyone is treated with respect. On a daily basis, both employers and employees face difficult challenges related to employment and labor laws.
Employment law at either the state or federal level is a highly complex body of law. The attorneys of Ziegler & Schneider have decades of experience representing both employees and employers in employment and labor related issues and court litigation. We stand ready to assist you with an experienced team of attorneys who will vigorously represent your interests.
Our firm provides assistance in all aspects of both the public and private sectors of employment law.
Our Employment & Labor Law Attorneys can assist you with
- Personnel Policies/Employment Handbook and Policies
- Employment Contracts
- Compliance with employment related laws:
- Affordable Care Act (ACA)
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
- Civil Rights Act of 1964
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Discrimination Claims (age, gender, race, religion, or national origin)
- Sexual Harassment
- Non-compete Agreements
- Non-solicitation Agreements
- Confidentiality Agreements
- Severance Agreements
- Termination of Employment
- Wage and Hour Claims
Meet the Employment & Labor Law Group
What Our Clients Say
It has been a pleasure working with Matthew Smith on several estate planning/trust matters over the course of the past two years. Matthew is very knowledgeable and diligent in representing his clients.
Jeff (Blankenship) and his team are amazing! From the moment they became involved in my son’s case, all I had to worry about was getting him the treatment he needed. Every step was explained, and every problem was handled. They made us feel more like family than a case or number.
Michael Baker is a wonderful lawyer for bankruptcy issues. He really helps the consumer through the bankruptcy with dignity.
Matt (Smith) helped my mother update her estate documents following a series of medical issues. He was kind, patient, and compassionate. He listened to her desires, clearly explained her options, and prepared the requested documents in a timely manner. He reviewed exactly what was being implemented with direct and understandable language. My mother was pleased with Matt’s caring professionalism and that her end-of-life wishes would be honored.
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