Most employment law claims can be prevented by taking appropriate action before a problem arises. Once a problem turns into a lawsuit, the time and expense can be extreme. Every day, SeilerSchindel helps clients comply with employment and labor laws and prevent employment problems.
 

Are you having an issue with an employee or a union?

Are you being sued for discrimination?

Are you complying with the myriad of employment laws?

Do you have non-compete and other agreements in place to protect your business?

Do you want to improve your employee relations and reduce the risk of employment law claims?

 
When you need help navigating the sea of employment and labor law issues, contact us! Whether you are trying to be proactive and prevent problems, have just been sued by a former employee, or are contemplating legal action against a former employee, our team is well-versed in employment and labor law and can help you accomplish your goals.
 
If you need to update your employee handbook, want advice on handling a sticky employment situation, need contracts prepared, or seek training for your managers and employees, we are there for you. Let us help minimize your exposure so that you can focus on the work you do best.
 
Of course, if the time for prevention has passed and you are now facing a lawsuit, discrimination claim, or other adversarial proceeding, our team is well prepared to represent you. We have the experience to fight for you when you need it, the creativity to seek solutions when possible, and the tenacity to lead you through the litigation process. We are also ready to lead the charge to protect your rights, whether it involves initiating a claim against a former employee for breach of a non-compete agreement or taking action against a competitor for interfering with your business.
 
Are you an executive or manager? While we generally do not represent individuals, we regularly represent executives and managers who need help negotiating or understanding an employment or separation agreement, as well as in non-compete disputes.