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Protecting Employers From Liability

Employers have a responsibility to treat their employees fairly while protecting themselves from potential lawsuits. This can require vigilant oversight of everything from contracts to termination procedures to compliance with federal anti-discrimination laws. At the Law Office of Neil S. Hyman, LLC, in Bethesda, we recognize that not all employers have the resources to handle these matters internally. Our firm provides astute advice and legal services to help employers meet their obligations to employees while providing security against employee litigation.

Defusing The Minefield Of Employment Issues

To protect themselves against potentially expensive litigation, employers must stay on top of employment-related laws and make sure their policies protect them from legal problems that could prove expensive and damaging to public relations. Our firm can advise employers on a range of such topics, including:

  • I-9 compliance
  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance
  • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) issues
  • Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) issues
  • Employment contracts
  • Severance/release agreements
  • Termination of employment
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Drafting of employee policies and handbooks

Whether you need an attorney to help you navigate a single legal need or your business requires a spectrum of interlocking legal services, our firm can help provide a solid legal foundation that offers security and strength. In the sometimes unavoidable cases that require litigation, we can represent employers in state or federal court to resolve issues in an efficient and affordable manner.

Call To Troubleshoot Employment Legal Issues

Our Maryland firm is dedicated to helping you avoid or address employment-related legal issues that could cost your business time and money. To schedule an appointment with an employment lawyer to discuss your needs, call us at 301-664-4848 or use our online intake form to start protecting your employer rights.