State employment laws can cover a lot of ground. From wage disputes and non-compete clauses to discrimination and civil rights laws, there can be a lot of legal details that are important for both employees and employers to understand. Here at Law Offices of Vescio & Seifert, P.C.., our employment law attorneys have extensive experience working with both employers and employees to help them with a variety of different employment law issues to ensure that their rights are protected and all of their needs are taken care of. Whether you're dealing with an equal employment opportunity issue, or you need help setting up or executing a confidentiality agreement, our attorneys have the knowledge and experience you need to ensure your case is handled swiftly and professionally. We're committed to working with you every step of the way so that you can feel confident knowing that every last detail is properly addressed.
What areas of employment law can you help with?
Our firm has years of experience working with clients from Glendale, Tucson, and across the state of Arizona to help untangle a variety of different employment law issues. Whether you're facing an issue as an employer or an employee, our attorneys can provide you with the highest level of legal counsel and representation to ensure that your interests are protected at every turn. Over the years we've worked a variety of different cases, including:
- Discrimination & Retaliation Cases - These cases involve any form of discrimination in the workplace, be it gender, race, religious, or any other form of discrimination.
- Employee Handbooks - These cases involve the violation of specific policies and codes of conduct laid out employee handbooks.
- Equal Employment Opportunity Commission - These cases involve any and all matters related to equal employment opportunities afforded by employers to employees.
- Confidentiality Agreements - These cases typically involve the drafting and execution of confidentiality agreements between an employer and an employee.
Non-Compete - These cases, while similar to confidentiality agreements, deal with non-compete agreements made between an employer and an employee.