Representing New York Businesses In Employment Disputes
Resolving employment law matters effectively and efficiently is crucial to protecting the success of a business and to securing employees’ rights. With the counsel of a knowledgeable employment law attorney, you can prevent or resolve employment disputes.
At The Law Office of Aaron M. Schlossberg, Esq., P.L.L.C., in Manhattan, I provide guidance to employers to ensure they comply with the law while protecting their business interests. I can also help employees understand and protect their rights as workers.
I am attorney Aaron M. Schlossberg, and I have experience working with businesses and individuals in a variety of fields and industries. This experience is valuable in understanding how the law affects employers and employees in numerous professions. Because I have represented employers and employees, I have gained an understanding of the needs, strengths and vulnerabilities of each side of employment cases.
Focused On Delivering The Results You Need
My experience as a trial lawyer means I can help with all stages of employment disputes. I am also skilled in prelitigation negotiation techniques, which often lead to a resolution out of court. I can represent you in mediation or before government agencies or boards as well. If it is necessary to take your employment matter to trial, I will litigate aggressively.
At my firm, I carefully draft and negotiate a broad range of employment agreements and contracts. I can also review existing agreements to ensure they are adequate to protect you or your business. You can come to me for assistance with:
- Employment agreements
- Nondisclosure agreements
- Noncompete agreements
- Severance agreements
- Breach of contract matters
- Wrongful termination litigation
- Accusations of discrimination and harassment
Litigation Risk Management
Not sure whether your employment policies are legally sound in New York courts? I apply my years of employment litigation experience to review policies and manuals to make sure businesses reduce the risk of facing litigation from employees.