At all stages of the employment relationship, we are here to advise and guide employers in the most effective way to manage the challenges of running the human side of business.
With an eye toward both effective workplace practices and avoiding costly litigation, our lawyers are available to assist with everything from day-to-day questions about responding to tricky employee situations to defending the organization and its management when a lawsuit or administrative charge is filed. Our principal areas of expertise include:
Our team, run by certified specialists in Labor & Employment Law, partners with clients to find the best solution to the problem facing them today.
Under the recently signed American Rescue Plan Act (“ARPA”), covered employers (those with fewer than 500 employees) may now conti…Read More
On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed the latest coronavirus relief law, the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (“ARPA”). Amon…Read More
Beginning April 12, 2021, employees seeking to file employment discrimination claims will be subject to the Employment Law Uniformity Act. U…Read More
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More and more employees are working remotely, which makes it trickier for employers to verify how many hours their nonexempt employees are w…Read More
When employees initially began returning to work last April, OSHA guidance mandated that only certain employers would be required to report wo…Read More
On Monday, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the ban on sex discrimination in Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act protects gay a…Read More
What is the best response when an employee is hesitant to return to the workplace due to an underlying medical condition? And wh…Read More
With Ohioans returning to work over the coming weeks, employers must take added steps to ensure the workplace is safe for employees and consum…Read More
On April 1, the Department of Labor issued a Temporary Rule with regulations addressing specific parts of the new FFCRA. Read our March 19 art…Read More