Legal Assistance For Workers And Business Owners With Employees
Individual employees, class action groups of employees, and employers of all sizes and varieties make up the client base of Brick Business Law, P.A.‘s employment law practice. Clients come from throughout the Tampa Bay region as well as from other parts of Florida. With extensive knowledge of both sides of an employment issue, our firm is well-equipped to give each client top-rate service, regardless of which side of a dispute or challenge they find themselves on.
A Flexible Resource For Employees And Employers
Workers sometimes wonder how to protect themselves from potential whistleblower retaliation, or they wish for a lawyer’s review of a noncompete agreement they are being asked to sign. We help employees make wise decisions in their interactions with their employers.
Employers, on the other hand, often look for:
- Advice and assistance to prevent harassment and discrimination claims in the workplace
- Help with benefits management, training, employee handbooks and disciplinary procedures
- Guidelines for administering benefits programs
Brick Business Law offers these and many other services, partnering with employers to effectively explain and supervise employees.
Dispute Prevention And Resolution
The most cost-effective litigation is no litigation at all. In other words, preventing lawsuits is a valuable investment for employers as well as for employees whose cases may or may not succeed in a court of law. It is usually far better to resolve disputes upfront than it is to bring claims after disagreements have escalated to the litigation stage.
Sometimes, a dispute must go to mediation or a trial to get the right result. At Brick Business Law, clients’ best interests come first. Request a consultation to discuss the employment law problems that you are facing as an employee or employer, such as:
- Disputes over wage and hour claims, with allegations of unpaid wages, overtime, commissions and bonuses
- Allegedly unpaid benefits and/or overtime because of misclassification as an independent contractor instead of an employee
- Accusations of sexual discrimination and harassment and other forms of discrimination, harassment or whistleblower retaliation
- Claims of Equal Pay Act violations and gender discrimination in the workplace
- Noncompete agreements, trade secret violation allegations, and other types of nondisclosure and restrictive covenant violation claims
- Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) retaliation claims and related employee-employer disagreements over sick or family leave
- Review of employment contracts and severance agreements
Serving Workers And Businesses Throughout Florida
To request a consultation regarding a noncompete agreement dispute, or any employment or business-related dispute in the Tampa Bay area or beyond, call us at 888-708-4250 or send us an email for a prompt response.