Labor & Employment
Prentice|Long PC offers businesses advice and counseling on the complex areas of labor and employment law. We work closely with employers to provide advice in areas such as hiring applicants, wage and hour, discipline and performance, and the disability interactive processes. We team with our clients to provide advice tailored to our clients’ legal needs.
Our employment law advice practice includes:
Labor and Employment Legal Advice
As a full-service law firm, Prentice|Long, PC is pleased to advise its clients on all areas of labor and employment law, including:
- Employment agreements, offer letters, and application development and review
- Handbook and policy development
- Independent contractor analysis and agreements
- Joint employer risk assessment
- Exempt/non-exempt classification
- Paid sick leave and other protected time off
- Confidentiality, non-disclosure and restrictive covenant agreements
- Leave of absence management
- Termination risk assessment
- Reasonable accommodation analysis
- Separation agreements
- Litigation risk assessment
Our Workplace Investigations attorneys are trained in conducting independent and thorough investigations for employers facing serious allegations of workplace misconduct. As attorneys who also represent clients in employment litigation, we know how to conduct independent investigations and prepare reports that will withstand a courtroom, arbitration or public domain.
Please visit our Workplace Investigations page and learn about our skilled workplace investigators.
Prentice|Long, PC provides a comprehensive and effective defense for large and small employers faced with employment-related lawsuits. Our experienced trial lawyers provide our clients with a thorough analysis of the claims, the potential risks, and the most effective defense strategy.
Please visit our Litigation page to learn about our highly effective trial and appellate lawyers who defend employers in everything from small wage claims before the Labor Commissioner to multi-million dollar lawsuits in State and federal court.