employment law for employers

Steinmans Trial Lawyers advise companies on all these areas of Employment Law for Employers:

  • Employment contracts and severance agreements
  • Confidentiality, non-competition, and non-solicitation agreements.
  • Human resources issues, including advice on employee handbooks.
  • Wrongful dismissal lawsuits
  • Statutory compliance and complaints
  • Discipline and dismissal of employees.
  • Workplace harassment and discrimination.

Neal has over 25 years’ experience advising employers on job terminations.  He gives practical and realistic advice to companies on whether they have ‘just cause” for dismissal and on how much working notice to give an employee.

Our skill in civil litigation and business litigation helps us to handle the messiest cases. Employers trust us to give sage and practical advice, and when necessary, to mount a tenacious defense.  If you have to take the case through to trial, as an employer you want a litigator with the experience to fend off difficult opposing counsel.  Neal has done that time and time again.

We are trusted by employers to advise them on how to terminate a problem employee.

In rare cases, if negotiations with a dismissed employee fail, we have the experience to defend the company from a lawsuit.  Lawsuits for wrongful dismissal can be hard-fought and emotionally charged.   We have years of experience defending wrongful dismissal cases. There are reasons why employers count on Steinmans to win “bet-the-company” lawsuits.

We also have knowledge of insurance and disability claims. Steinmans represents people and companies in insurance litigation.   This specialized experience allows us to give practical advice when advising a company dealing with an employee’s disability claim.

Steinmans has also helped dozens of employers to prepare written contracts that reduce the chances of a wrongful dismissal lawsuit.

Neal’s years of service on boards helps him to grasp quickly the nuances of giving advice to larger businesses.

Neal enjoys the long-term relationships he develops with employers. We get to know our clients’ owners and managers.  Neal enjoys learning about his clients’ operations from the inside out.  Where possible, we make sure to visit our clients at their places of business. We understand the sacrifices that business owners and managers make in running their businesses.


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