The laws that govern the workplace are many, varied, and constantly changing.  In order to ensure that your business operates in compliance with those laws, to protect your company's assets, and to minimize the risk inherent in employing people to get the job done, you need qualified and experienced representation.  Durham Taylor LLC is here to help.  If you are here reading this, you are probably already a good employer, but DT Law can help make you an even better one by providing assistance with your workplace relations and compliance needs, including all of the following:

  • Drafting, revising, and auditing employment policies and practices
  • Negotiating and drafting employment contracts and severance agreements
  • Ensuring compliance with and providing representation for claims under federal and state employment laws including:
    • wage and hour laws, like the Fair Labor Standards Act
    • anti-discrimination laws, like Title VII, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act
    • family and sick leave laws, like the Family and Medical Leave Act
    • the federal military leave law, the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act
    • whistleblower protection laws
    • the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
    • workers' compensation laws
    • state tort and contract laws, including defamation, intentional infliction of emotional distress, workplace privacy, and breach of contract
  • Defending against charges filed with administrative agencies like the EEOC and DOL (Department of Labor)
  • Advising on employee accommodation requests, whether for religious, disability, or some other reason
  • Drafting, revising and litigating non-compete, non-disclosure, non-disparagement, and non-solicitation clauses in employment contracts in an effort to protect the employer's customer/client relationships and confidential and trade secret information, or advising and counseling with respect to new hires who may be bound by such provisions
  • Conducting and advising on workplace investigations
  • Conducting Human Resources and management training

If you or your business has legal needs pertaining to its workforce -- whether they fall within the categories listed above or not -- please reach out to DT Law by completing the contact form.  We'd love to hear from you so that we might discuss how DT Law can help you or your business do what it does, even better.