Alston & Bird is one of a few large law firms with a substantial group of experienced labor and employment lawyers. Our labor lawyers represent management clients in the public and private sectors in all areas of labor and employment law, including litigation and counseling regarding union-management matters under the National Labor Relations Act; employment discrimination under federal and state law; wage and hour claims; employee safety and health; affirmative action; restrictive covenants and immigration.
Alston & Bird LLP
One of the most rapidly evolving areas of the law is employment law. Employers and employees are faced with new demands and challenges on a daily basis. Bailey & Dixon attorneys answer our clients' questions, primarily from the employer's point of view, efficiently and effectively. We have special experience with discrimination complaints, employee handbooks, compensation issues, and compliance with federal, state, and local regulatory requirements. We regularly advise employers in all types of businesses, litigate employment-related claims, and represent corporate and individual clients before various administrative agencies.
Bailey & Dixon L.L.P.
Fisher & Phillips LLP was founded in 1943 and is one of the first U.S. law firms to concentrate its practice exclusively upon representation of employers in labor and employment matters. After more than 60 years of continued growth and success, we are now one of the largest national law firms in the increasingly complex field of labor and employment law. Our expertise and continuing focus upon employment-related matters assure our clients of reduced start-up times, greater cost efficiencies, and better outcomes. Because of our size and experience, we are able to offer employers advice in all of the myriad areas of labor and employment law.
Fisher & Phillips LLP
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