We Are Effective In
Such Areas Of Practices

We Are Effective In
Such Areas Of Practices

Age Discrimination

Texas, California, and Federal laws prohibit job discrimination and termination motivated by age, for employees age 40 or older. Mandator

Employee Handbooks & Employment Policies

Well-written employee handbooks and employment policies can help improve employer- employee relationships, by informing employees of thei

Disability Discrimination & Accommodations

Texas, California, and Federal laws prohibit job discrimination and termination motivated by disability status. If an employee has a know

Agencies Enforcing Anti-Discrimination Law

Employees pursuing claims of employment discrimination, harassment and retaliation must file a Charge of Discrimination or Complaint with

At-Will Employment

Most workers in California and Texas are “at-will” employees, meaning they can quit or be fired without notice, for any legal and non-dis

Employment Contracts

While most employment is “at-will,” some employees (typically C-Suite executives or people in creative or athletic fields) are provided i

Equal Pay Audits

State and Federal laws require that employees provide equal pay to workers regardless of gender. To prevent claims of gender-based wage g

Family Medical Leave Act / California Family Rights Act

Leave from work is a subject of great concern and interest to Employers and Employees alike. Federal and California law requires that mos

Independent Contractors

Should a worker be treated and paid like a company’s employee, or like an “independent contractor?” As the economy changes, this is becom

Investigation Assistance and Support

When an Employee files a complaint or charge of discrimination, Employers and their Human Resources Departments must conduct an internal

Labor Unions and Collective Bargaining Agreements

Currently over 460,000 Texas employees belong to labor unions, while over 2.5 million California employees belong to labor unions. Union

Non-Compete Agreements

When an at-will employee quits or is fired from a job, the employer may have the right to restrict where that employee can work next. Non

Race, Color and National Origin Discrimination

Discrimination and Harassment on the basis of Race, Skin Color and National Origin are currently major topics in the news and the interne

Religious Discrimination and Accommodations

Discrimination on the basis of Religion violates state and federal employment laws. This form of discrimination can involve denial of job

Retaliation Claims

Retaliation claims are the most frequent claims made to state and federal equal employment opportunity agencies, constituting almost half

Separation Agreement

On some occasions, a company looking to terminate a worker’s employment will offer the person a Separation Agreement, providing additiona

Sex Discrimination and Harassment

Discrimination and Harassment on the basis of Sex or Gender violates state and federal employment law. It’s also illegal to discriminate

Unfair Competition and Trade Secrets

California and Texas State laws make it illegal for an employee to misuse or steal confidential information (such as client lists and acc

Wage & Hour Law

Violations of wage and hour laws are the most common claims in employment law class actions and litigation. Failure to pay minimum wages,

Whistleblower Complaints

Texas law does not specifically protect whistleblowers, but it does protect employees who are fired for refusing to commit illegal acts.

Workplace Violence Protection

Workplace violence creates headlines in the news practically on a daily basis. Robberies of store clerks, assaults on school campuses, or

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Age Discrimination

Texas, California, and Federal laws prohibit job discrimination and termination motivated by age, for employees age 40 or older. Mandator

Employee Handbooks & Employment Policies

Well-written employee handbooks and employment policies can help improve employer- employee relationships, by informing employees of thei

Agencies Enforcing Anti-Discrimination Law

Employees pursuing claims of employment discrimination, harassment and retaliation must file a Charge of Discrimination or Complaint with

At-Will Employment

Most workers in California and Texas are “at-will” employees, meaning they can quit or be fired without notice, for any legal and non-dis

Equal Pay Audits

State and Federal laws require that employees provide equal pay to workers regardless of gender. To prevent claims of gender-based wage g

Family Medical Leave Act / California Family Rights Act

Leave from work is a subject of great concern and interest to Employers and Employees alike. Federal and California law requires that mos

Investigation Assistance and Support

When an Employee files a complaint or charge of discrimination, Employers and their Human Resources Departments must conduct an internal

Labor Unions and Collective Bargaining Agreements

Currently over 460,000 Texas employees belong to labor unions, while over 2.5 million California employees belong to labor unions. Union

Race, Color and National Origin Discrimination

Discrimination and Harassment on the basis of Race, Skin Color and National Origin are currently major topics in the news and the interne

Religious Discrimination and Accommodations

Discrimination on the basis of Religion violates state and federal employment laws. This form of discrimination can involve denial of job

Separation Agreement

On some occasions, a company looking to terminate a worker’s employment will offer the person a Separation Agreement, providing additiona

Sex Discrimination and Harassment

Discrimination and Harassment on the basis of Sex or Gender violates state and federal employment law. It’s also illegal to discriminate

Wage & Hour Law

Violations of wage and hour laws are the most common claims in employment law class actions and litigation. Failure to pay minimum wages,

Whistleblower Complaints

Texas law does not specifically protect whistleblowers, but it does protect employees who are fired for refusing to commit illegal acts.

Disability Discrimination & Accommodations

Texas, California, and Federal laws prohibit job discrimination and termination motivated by disability status. If an employee has a know

Employment Contracts

While most employment is “at-will,” some employees (typically C-Suite executives or people in creative or athletic fields) are provided i

Independent Contractors

Should a worker be treated and paid like a company’s employee, or like an “independent contractor?” As the economy changes, this is becom

Non-Compete Agreements

When an at-will employee quits or is fired from a job, the employer may have the right to restrict where that employee can work next. Non

Retaliation Claims

Retaliation claims are the most frequent claims made to state and federal equal employment opportunity agencies, constituting almost half

Unfair Competition and Trade Secrets

California and Texas State laws make it illegal for an employee to misuse or steal confidential information (such as client lists and acc

Workplace Violence Protection

Workplace violence creates headlines in the news practically on a daily basis. Robberies of store clerks, assaults on school campuses, or