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Resolving employment and labor law matters

On Behalf of | Apr 22, 2024 | Employment Law

No matter the size of the business, the employees are pivotal to the day-to-day operations. The success of a business is reliant on the employees carrying out their duties; thus, if an employee is not afforded their rights or treated properly, this could greatly disrupt the equilibrium and business operations.

Employment and labor law issues

It does not matter what role or position an employee has, the reality is that each employee is protected by employment and labor laws. As an employer, you are required to uphold these rights and ensure the applicable rules and regulations are followed. However, even when you work diligently to ensure compliance, employment and labor issues can still find their way into your business.

At Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot, our law firm understands the complexities employment and labor law matters can bring and the disruptions to the business it can cause. Thus, our skilled and experienced attorneys work diligently to guide our clients towards a favorable and effective resolution.


With experience on both sides of the table, our law firm is in a unique position. We understand what moves the other side is likely to make, allowing us to guide our clients towards a favorable and effective resolution.

Whether you seek guidance on specific issues or require representation to resolve a matter, our law firm has a wide range of experience and expertise. This includes risk management, labor organizations and collective bargaining, complaints of harassment and discrimination, workplace investigations, alcohol and drug testing employees, policies and procedures, wrongful termination allegations, breach of contract, wage and hour disputes, restrictive covenants, employment contracts, disability and family leave or specialized trainings for managers and supervisors.

A single employment law issue can have a significant impact on a business, which is why it is important to take timely action to address the matter. A legal professional can help you understand your situation and what steps you could take to reach a resolution.