FAQ Employment Law

One of the key fields our firm focuses upon is the representation of persons, companies and agencies in Labor & Employment Law.

Labor & Employment Areas/Issues

  • General Union/Labor and Management Representation
  • Whistleblower/Tipster Actions
  • Sexual Harassment and Hostile Work Environment Claims
  • Age, Sex, and Race Discrimination 
  • Non-Compete Agreements/Restrictive Covenants representing employees, employers, and new employers
  • Civil and Constitutional Rights
  • Representation before Administrative Agencies and Appeals Boards
  • Contract Negotiation
  • Grievance and Unfair Labor Practices
  • Freedom of Information and Right to Know demands
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