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Our Chicago Employment Relations Lawyers Approach Employment Relations Proactively

We assist clients in setting up and maintaining effective employee relations programs designed to minimize the risk of litigation in areas of:

  • Designing, documenting, and implementing workplace policies
  • Drafting employee handbooks
  • HIPAA Compliance
  • Plant closing and WARN Act counseling
  • Employment contract negotiation and preparation
  • Termination counseling
  • Harassment and discrimination training
  • Workplace violence prevention
  • Internal investigations
  • Wage and Hour, unemployment, and workers’ compensation counseling
  • Employee benefit and executive compensation plans

Even the best employment counseling cannot prevent all disputes from occurring, however. We practice and counsel before EEOC and state and local human rights departments in areas of discrimination based upon race, sex, age, disability, and non-compliance with family and medical leave laws.

Our lawyers have successfully defended state law contract claims related to employee handbooks and claims for wrongful termination, defamation, and intentional infliction of emotional distress alleged to have arisen out of employment termination.

We can represent you in claims regarding:

Age, Sex, Religious, Race and National Origin Discrimination Wrongful Termination
Americans with Disabilities Act Retaliatory Discharge
Family and Medical Leave Act Illinois Human Rights Act
Sexual Harassment Cook County Human Rights Ordinance
Wage and Hour Disputes Chicago Human Rights Ordinance
Workplace Violence Non-Compete Agreements and Restraints
Unemployment Compensation Tortious Interference
Workers Compensation Defamation
Malicious Prosecution

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