Complying with constantly-evolving employment laws can be challenging – especially when new and complex legal issues continue to emerge. 

Employment law is changing rapidly in all areas of the employer-employee relationship, including employee leave laws, wage and hour compliance, employee privacy and background checks, immigration, LGBT rights, labor relations, employee safety, and medical marijuana, just to name a few.  Additionally, government enforcement agencies have been more active than ever, creating stringent new obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (“ADEA”), the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (“ERISA”), the Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”), the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”), and the Occupational Safety and Health Act (“OSHA”).  Our lawyers are experts in their field, dedicated to keeping clients informed about critical legal developments in these areas. 

Our highly-regarded attorneys routinely offer advice about how state and federal laws affect the employment relationship.  Our attorneys will get to know your business, listen to your needs, and provide practical advice designed to meet your organization’s values, principles, and strategies.  The Skoler, Abbott & Presser team has over 50 years of experience counseling clients on personnel policies, handbooks, applications, performance evaluations, offer letters, employment contracts, severance agreements, and all other documents that have an impact on the employment relationship.  Advice is available to our clients in all aspects of the employment relationship, from recruiting and hiring, to performance management, to employee discipline, up to and including, termination. 

Our attorneys also design and present training programs tailored to our individual client’s needs.  Experience shows that a small investment in training can have big returns for an employer by avoiding disruptive workplace conflicts that risk costly settlements and jury awards. 

Our team of experienced and knowledgeable attorneys also routinely conduct comprehensive personnel audits and can assist your organization to achieve compliance with various employment laws while minimizing your exposure to costly litigation.  Skoler Abbott attorneys also help employers prepare for and respond to government audits and investigations – providing experienced representation throughout the process.