Practice & Industry Expertise

Employment Litigation

An important and expected aspect of an employment law practice is the prevention of problems before they arise, however, when you need to embark on litigation, it helps to have aggressive advocates in your corner. As a firm comprised of trial lawyers with experience in federal and state courtrooms across the United States, our employment law practice combines our trial skills with knowledge of the employment law issues confronting today's employers. We often work with clients to ensure compliance with state and federal laws to avoid costly legal action and will help structure contracts and agreements to withstand future legal challenges. Risk management, privacy and security programs as well as trade secret protection and confidentiality programs help minimize the likelihood of ending up in court. Campbell Campbell Edwards & Conroy can provide counsel to clients in an ongoing effort to prevent legal troubles related to employment issues.

Demonstrated Experience

On the other hand, when you need to take action, you want aggressive representation. Campbell Campbell Edwards & Conroy represent clients in employment-related litigation before federal and state courts and administrative agencies, as well as in arbitration and mediation. Our extensive trial experience helps our clients win cases involving unlawful discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation, defamation and other tort claims, defense of wage and hour claims, compliance with state and federal employment laws, employment agreements, executive contracts, severance agreements and non-competition agreements, risk management and anti-raiding, privacy and security programs, trade secret protection and confidentiality programs, and workplace training.


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