Employment Law Representation For Employees And Employers
Your employment law violation claim could have far-reaching, positive impacts in your industry. Your case could set a precedent just as an employer’s successful defense of a claim could affect the future of the industry from their point of view.
It pays to have a lawyer representing your case who fully understands both sides and how to succeed in this complex area of law whether representing an employee or an employer.
At Atnip & Associates, PLLC, in Rochester Hills and Escanaba, we have extensive experience representing Michigan employees and employers in claims involving:
- Illegal retaliation
- Wrongful discharge and wrongful termination
- Employment policies and procedures
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) violations
- Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) violations
- Civil rights violations in the workplace
We argue for the rights and interests of both employers and employees in negotiations, arbitration and court litigation. We are trial lawyers by training and practice.
Your Case Benefits From Well-Rounded Experience
As a Rochester-based employment law attorneys, we serve clients throughout metro Detroit. We handle the most complex legal matters with ease and possess an encyclopedic knowledge of state and federal employment laws. We take the time to understand your unique case and circumstances in order to apply creative techniques that will allow you to work toward an expedient resolution.
Employees with claims may have the opportunity to recover significant damages with our legal counsel, protection and representation. You will benefit from our thorough understanding of all applicable laws and the tactics used by the opposition to attempt to pick your case apart and mitigate liability.
Employers benefit from our detail-oriented approach. We can provide you with straightforward, precise legal counsel at a moment’s notice and help you shore up potential risks quickly and efficiently. We are adept at handling contract disputes, discharges of executives, fraud claims, discrimination and harassment claims, and all other employment violation claims.