Taking Preventative Measures Against Employment Law Litigation
Protecting the daily operations of a small to mid-sized business has never been as important as it has become during the current economic climate. Defending capital against frivolous or unnecessary employment law litigation can quickly become time consuming and expensive, potentially endangering future business operations. Fortunately, the advice of an experienced lawyer can assist in avoiding or limiting the damage caused by employment law issues, saving on legal fees and man hours in the long run.
For more than 10 years, the office of Lin M. Meyer, Attorney at Law has provided comprehensive employment law representation to employers throughout the Los Angeles, California, area. Our work on behalf of small to mid-sized businesses has brought favorable and efficient resolutions to complex employment law litigation while also putting policies in place to avoid future issues.
Prevention and Defense of Employment Law Issues
Our extensive employment law representation assists employers in addressing a number of issues, including:
- Handbooks and policies that help avoid litigation
- Risk management
- Executive level training for corporate clients
- Non-compete agreements in California
- Employment agreements providing reasonable basis to terminate employees
- Negotiating separation agreements
- Consultations on hiring, firing and documenting files of employees
- Compensation packages
- Wage and hour plans
Our work is designed to help our clients avoid the cost of litigation. Employment law issues can quickly become expensive, time consuming and often unpredictable, taking time and money away from the operations of the business.
Why Hire an Attorney?
Avoiding litigation in these turbulent times can become challenging without the assistance of an experienced attorney. If proper planning is not conducted, the resulting employee law litigation can become exceedingly costly. It is important to have an experienced attorney to examine the bigger picture and address any matters that may provide potential issues in the future.
Contact our office to schedule a complimentary consultation to discuss specific employment law issues today.