A lawyer at The Case Law Firm, LLC will help each client assess his or her employment situation and decide what strategy is best to achieve the client’s goals. Depending upon the situation and the client’s interests, attorney representation may include negotiation, mediation, litigation, settlement or all four.
Representing employees in all aspects of the employment relationship—from negotiating employment contracts to representing employees in wrongful termination matters and everything in between
Providing legal counseling to executive employees and professionals such as attorneys and physicians to assist them in transitioning to or from employment situations. Representing executives and professionals in connection with executive compensation issues including base salary and bonuses.
Health and Disability Benefits Advocacy
Assisting employees in applying for and obtaining employer-based disability and medical benefits.
Benefits and ERISA | Defamation (Libel & Slander) | Disability Application | Employee Defense | Employee Sexual Harassment & Workplace Violence | Employee Workplace Privacy and Free Speech Issues | Employment Discrimination | Executive Counseling | Expatriate | Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) | Fraud and Misrepresentation | Independent Contractors | Interference with Employment | Invasion of Privacy | Neutral Third Party Investigations | Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) | Personnel Records Corrections | Pregnancy Discrimination | Restrictive Employment Covenants, Including Non-Compete Agreements | Retaliatory Discharge & Whistleblower Claims | Severance Agreements, Negotiations & Employment Contracts | Sexual Orientation Discrimination | Small Business Training & Consulting | Unpaid Compensation | Workplace Investigations | Wrongful Termination
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Should Workplace Bullying be Unlawful?
Wed, 20 Mar 2013 20:52:19 GMT | Kristin Case
Yahoo! Ban on Telecommuting – Should Other Companies Follow Suit?
Tue, 12 Mar 2013 16:22:58 GMT | Kendra L Kutko
Representative Schakowsky Introduces the Part-Time Worker Bill of Rights Act of 2013
Tue, 05 Mar 2013 15:41:15 GMT | Kate Sedey