Labor & Employment

At Garson & Jakub LLP, the practice area of Labor and Employment expertly guides clients through the intricate and ever-evolving laws and regulations pertaining to the field. Through careful risk assessment and mitigation strategies, the team aims to help clients avoid litigation whenever possible. The firm provides a zealous defense to protect clients’ interests if litigation becomes necessary.

Navigating the complex, ever-changing world of local, state, and federal laws can be a daunting task, especially for small businesses. Just one misstep in compliance could trigger penalties, administrative headaches, or worse, litigation. That’s where Garson & Jakub LLP comes in. With their extensive experience in labor and employment law, they will expertly lead clients through the maze of regulations to ensure a clear understanding of their choices and to make informed decisions that safeguard their financial security.

Who We Represent

The firm offers its expertise to corporations and partnerships, regardless of their size or industry, including healthcare providers, restaurant and hotel chains, executives, and small business owners. The firm is dedicated to ensuring its client’s legal needs are met and providing top-tier counsel and defense.

What We Handle

Some of the services we provide at Garson & Jakub LLP’s labor and employment practice area include:

  • Defending companies and executives against all labor and employment claims, including those related to harassment and discrimination, under all levels of government law
  • Providing comprehensive advice and counseling to help our clients mitigate and manage any related risks
  • Offering “external human resources” services to inform and guide clients while maintaining compliance
  • Creating and enforcing employee handbooks, policies, agreements, and restrictive covenants for our clients.

How We Help

Garson & Jakub LLP provides exceptional legal counsel and representation on a range of labor and employment matters such as wrongful termination, discrimination, retaliation, minimum wage and overtime disputes, employee misclassification, employee discipline, employee leave, interviewing and onboarding, hiring and promotion, and employee and management training.