Connecticut Representation for Employees or Employers
Some law firms represent strictly employees or employers. At our law firm, we believe that by representing either side in litigation or contract preparation, we learn from each side and can take that knowledge to improve the quality of our legal representation.
Because we prepare clearly worded and ironclad noncompete agreements, we are better able to spot any loopholes, discrepancies or faults in a noncompete agreement drafted by another law firm. Because we work with employers to develop employee handbooks, we are well aware of the nuances that may exist in a sexual harassment claim and can counsel employers on appropriate policies to avoid discrimination lawsuits.
At Harlow, Adams & Friedman, P.C., we represent either employee or employer with contract or transaction needs, and disputes or litigation needs. Our law firm's attorneys have experience with both municipal and governmental grievances as well as private sector disputes.
Bridgeport Wrongful Termination Claims — Representing Claimant or Defendant
Our attorneys represent either the employee or the employer in wrongful termination and wrongful discharge claims. We feel that understanding both sides of any employee/employer issue helps us to more fully represent our clients. In addition to wrongful termination, we also represent either the employee or the employer with the following types of disputes or claims:
- Discrimination claims regarding age, race, religion, sex or national origin
- Noncompete and restrictive covenant disputes
- Retaliation claims
- Severance agreement negotiations or disputes
- Sexual harassment claims
- Unemployment compensation or workers' compensation matters
- Wage, overtime, bonus or compensation disputes
- Whistleblower claims
Services for Employers
Our employment lawyers provide counseling for employers so they may avoid harassment, discrimination and wrongful termination claims. We also offer the following employer/business law services:
- Noncompete agreements
- Employee handbooks
- Nondisclosure agreements
- Trademark search and/or assignment
- Shareholder agreements
- Articles of formation
- Minutes of directors' or shareholders' meetings
Successful Results and Satisfied Clients
To contact our Milford employment law attorneys, please call our toll-free number, 866-913-6443, or send our law firm an e-mail to schedule an initial consultation.