Some investigations are too much for your human resource professional to handle. We can help. Our firm provides prompt, professional on-site investigations when problems arise. We use our knowledge of the law to create an investigation plan for your needs. When we are done, you will have the information you need to make the best decisions on how to proceed.
We represent companies in front of federal agencies such as the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development as well as similar state agencies. We also represent companies in multiple state and federal courts. We are licensed in Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Texas.
Need training? Our firm provides customized training to fit your needs and budget. From on-site training for managers and employees to webinars for human resource professionals, property managers and maintenance employees, we can provide you with training on a wide variety of subjects. No matter the size of your business, we can help you keep your employees informed and help keep you out of trouble.
Our firm presents cost-effective webinars each month based on a variety of subjects. These webinars provide you with the latest information on employment law and fair housing laws. Webinars are one of the most convenient ways to stay informed. They can even be viewed from most mobile devices for those on the go. For more information on our webinars, please visit our webinar page.
We regularly draft and review documents for clients. Need to update your handbook or HR forms? Call us. We can help you create documents that not only comply with the law, but that are also customized to meet your business needs. Services include drafting and reviewing applications, handbook, severance agreements, disciplinary forms, policies, internal memorandums, and letters.
Our firm believes in the philosophy that that "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Prevention is why we are available to talk with you at any time. You do not have to make a decision alone. Call us before making any decisions on fair housing or employment issues. We can not only tell you the law, but we can also provide you with practical options that may decrease your potential liability.
Alabama Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 7.2(e) requires the following language: No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.
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