Employment Law

The Roberts & Stevens Employment Law practice advises employers of all sizes, from family-run startups to large corporations, in all aspects of employment counseling and litigation. In today’s workplace, every aspect of the relationship between employers and employees, from initial hiring procedure through daily operation, wages, promotions, and reviews, to terminations, retirement, and benefits is influenced by employment law.

Familiarity with these laws is a key strength of Roberts & Stevens’ Employment Law attorneys. Our clients have come to rely upon our seasoned expertise, dedicated service, creative solutions, and practical advice.

We represent clients in all areas of employment law, and we provide practical, business-minded advice and counsel. We work with our clients to prevent problems before they come up by providing day-to-day counseling to employers on an array of human resource issues, devising proactive strategies to avoid labor problems, and consulting on all policy and benefit matters. If and when a dispute cannot be resolved informally, we are prepared to take matters to litigation in order to defend our clients’ interests.

Types of Services

  • Affirmative action
  • Age Discrimination in Employment Act
  • Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Background investigations
  • Civil rights litigation
  • Class action defense
  • Collective bargaining
  • Compensation
  • Disabilities
  • Discrimination cases
  • Diversity in the workplace
  • Drugs and alcohol in the workplace
  • Employee benefits
  • Employee privacy rights
  • Employment contracts
  • Equal employment opportunity
  • Family and Medical Leave Act
  • Government contractors
  • Handbooks
  • Harassment claims and investigations
  • Independent contractor issues
  • Labor/Management relations
  • Litigation
  • National Labor Relations Board
  • Negotiations
  • Non-Compete agreements
  • Occupational Safety and Health Law
  • OFCCP matters
  • Personnel policies
  • Plant closings and reductions in force
  • Retaliation claims
  • Sexual harassment
  • Temporary employees and employee leasing
  • Unemployment and disability benefits
  • Unfair competition and non-compete litigation
  • Unfair labor practices
  • WARN Compliance
  • Workers’ compensation
  • Workplace violence control plans
  • Wrongful discharge claims