Employment Lawyer in Tampa
The employment law division of Cotney Construction Law specializes in representing employers from a range of industries in legal proceedings related to current or former employee allegations of discrimination, harassment, wages, breach of contracts, and numerous other employment labor and law-related disputes. If you are being sued by an employee, or former employee, regarding any of the matters above, an employment attorney in Tampa is your best line of defense.
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)
The DOL governs every federal employment legislation that impacts both employers and employees in all areas of employment labor. Statutes and regulations are ever changing so it is critical that employers stay abreast of these changes and make every effort to remain in compliance and be thoroughly prepared to address employment disputes as they arise.
Prevention is Key
One of the keys to operating a business successfully is to effectively minimize and eliminate conflict in the workplace. When employers understand their obligations, rights, and limitations under local, state, and federal law, they can proactively prevent employment complaints and lawsuits and de-escalate active complaints.
Counsel and Defense
We advise employers on the development of workplace policies and procedures that align with state and federal employment laws. We assist employers with employment contract review, legal strategies, mediation, court representation, and representation before administrative boards. Our employment attorneys in Tampa represents and counsels clients in matters involving:
- Protecting trade secrets
- Developing legal documents
- Enforcing legal agreements
- Avoiding employment discrimination and harassment
- Handling wage and hour issues
We can also provide ongoing legal advice as a prevention method to help you avoid claims altogether. No matter the need, do not hesitate to contact our firm to discuss your options.
If you would like to speak with one of our employment lawyers in Tampa, please contact us at 813.579.3278, or submit our contact request form.
Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general educational information only. This information does not constitute legal advice, is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice for your specific factual pattern or situation.