EMPLOYMENT LAW FIRM
Anthony Law represents employers only. We work collaboratively with our business clients, and their human resources departments, to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal employment laws and regulations. Our firm has experience conducting thorough audits and revising a client’s existing labor and employment policies to bring them within compliance and ensure best practice policies are in place. We have extensive experience on all employment law matters, and routinely advise clients on:
- Employee Handbooks appropriate for the specific work environment
- Non-discriminatory hiring policies in accordance with EEOC recommendations
- Conditional Job Offers
- Non-Competes, Non-Solicitations, Non-Rendering of Services Covenants for Employees
- FCRA Background and Credit checks with job applicants
- Employment Screening policies associated with criminal backgrounds
- Diversity and Inclusion Policies
- Worker classification (employee vs. independent contractors)
- Exempt and Non-Exempt Classifications under FLSA
- Overtime and minimum wage counsel under FLSA
- Leave Policies and Reasonable Accommodations under the ADA
- Management and Documentation of Employee Personnel Files
- Employee Write Up and Personnel Incident Reports
- Update Policies and Handbooks to Meet Current Environment
- Non-Discriminatory Policies
- Annual performance and conduct reviews
- Employment Terminations and justifications
- Workplace Harassment
- Employment Investigations, including harassment claims
- Workplace Education and Training
- Employment Defense Litigation
- Age, Race, Gender, Sexual Orientation, and other forms of Discrimination
- Class Action Lawsuit protection from disgruntled former employees
Anthony Law is also a Member of Society for Human Resource Management (known as “SHRM”). Michael Anthony, blogs on his LinkedIn page weekly on employment related matters.
In addition, the firm provides employment screening in compliance with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and background and credit checks in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCFA).
Within just this past year, we have defended employers against Department of Labor disputes for wage and hour violations and against civil lawsuits for wage and hour violations, discrimination, and sexual harassment suits. We have also defended a class action Fair Labor Standards Act lawsuit on behalf of a business client. In addition, we filed suit on behalf of a business client alleging breach of a non-compete covenant by a former employee who sought to convert numerous clients; we successfully obtained a restraining order prohibiting such conduct. On the policy front, we also have worked with one of our clients to modify a drug free workplace policy to accommodate the use of alcohol in the workplace. We also established an accommodation policy for medical use of marijuana.
Please feel free to call us with any employment related questions. Please note, this firm only represents employers.