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
What Our Clients Say
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Ziegler & Schneider attorney, Matthew C. Smith was a guest lecturer last night at Chase Law School for a Contract Drafting class. Matt spoke to law school students on the importance of clear...
Last week, the Kentucky Supreme Court issued a very important decision for all employees in the State of Kentucky. The Supreme Court ruled that employers cannot require its employees to sign...