In recent years, the legal and regulatory employment environment has become increasingly complex. Employers are confronting a maze of requirements, litigation-focused workforces and unprecedented financial liabilities arising from ever-changing federal, state and local legal obligations.
Loeb & Loeb’s Employment and Labor practice provides practical, creative, proactive counsel that reflects our ability to interpret and respond to today’s rapidly changing employment laws. We identify and manage client risk, provide proactive litigation avoidance counseling, prepare employment agreements as well as restrictive covenants, and resolve sensitive workplace employment matters efficiently and effectively, allowing our clients to focus on their businesses. As a full-service team, our employment and labor lawyers place a special emphasis on the strategic development of creative but practical preventive measures to keep our clients in compliance with federal, state and local employment laws and avoid litigation, while achieving their business objectives.
Should our clients encounter disputes or litigation, our experienced Employment Litigation team offers creative solutions backed by substantial trial experience to find and achieve the best possible solutions. We have tried to favorable verdicts or reached notable settlements for our clients in hundreds of employment cases in state, federal, administrative and arbitral courts and forums across the United States. We defend domestic and internationally headquartered employers of all sizes in single-plaintiff, class, representative (Private Attorneys General Act) and collective actions. No company is too small or claim too large for our team.
We act as outside counsel to global corporations, business entities and partnerships of all sizes and types. From emerging companies to Fortune 100 corporations, our practice represents a wide range of industries, including entertainment, technology, advertising and media, hospitality, professional sports leagues and clubs, financial services, retail, nonprofit, natural foods, and health care.