Labor and Employment

Because your people are your most valuable asset, avoiding labor and employment problems is critical to your business' bottom line. As the human resource management becomes increasingly regulated and difficult to navigate, employers turn to Dunn & Davison to provide practical solutions to their most formidable employment challenges including:

  • Employment applications and background checks.
  • Employment handbook drafting and review.
  • Management training including Sexual Harassment training and investigations.
  • Employee discipline and termination actions.
  • Wrongful termination and retaliation.
  • Non-compete and other employment contracts.
  • Wage and Hour requirements.
  • Reduction-in-force and reorganization analysis and assistance.
  • Affirmative action plans.
  • ADR and other mediation services
  • FLSA reviews
  • Responding to government agencies
  • Union-resistance guidance
  • Class action and Multi-party litigation
  • Employee benefits and ERISA (make this a link to Employee benefits and ERISA description shown below)
  • Immigration (make this a link to Immigration practice description)
  • Occupational Safety (OSHA)
  • Workers' Compensation

Sub-Category: Employee Benefits and ERISA

  • Practice Group Members
  • Representative Experience

    • Successfully negotiated favorable resolution of a case of sexual harassment brought by a woman against her supervisor in a garment production company.
    • Successfully settled unfair labor practice charge filed against national equipment distribution company.
    • Represented national college in response to a complaint filed with the National Labor Relations Board.
    • Conducted multiple employment law training sessions for management personnel of large national organization.
    • Developed and implemented social media policies for a large international contractor and other clients.
    • Represented national college in response to a complaint filed with the National Labor Relations Board.
    • Represent Employers and Individuals before federal agencies including:
      • Missouri Human Rights Commission and EEOC charges of discrimination.
      • OSHA violations.
      • Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division investigation and hearing
      • IDEA Due Process hearing
    • Defend Employers in Civil Litigation including actions brought under:
      • VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and state Human Rights Acts
      • Age Discrimination in Employment Act
      • Americans with Disabilities Act
      • Family and Medical Leave Act
      • Missouri Service Letter Statute and state wrongful termination and retaliation claims

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