Employment Law Litigation
Running a business requires careful attention to the needs of your employees and requirements of employment laws, and even the most diligent and careful companies may find that a current or past employee has taken issue with some element of their interactions with the company and filed an employment lawsuit. Such lawsuits can, at best, be minor nuisances which are summarily dismissed as being groundless and, at worst, major problems that could irreparably affect your company. Regardless, such claims can consume enormous resources and detract from your business goals, especially if not handled appropriately.
At Slater Pugh, Ltd. LLP, our legal team is dedicated to aggressively defending our clients against employment lawsuits and is not afraid to take whatever action is necessary to protect your rights and interests through litigation. With decades of experience in business and employment lawsuits, our team of Austin employment law litigation attorneys is fully prepared to manage and defend against lawsuits that may otherwise pose a significant threat to your company. To discuss the details of a particular case with our legal team, call us today.
Types Of Employment Lawsuits
Employee disputes can take a number of forms, and while many can be swiftly resolved in-house or out of court, it is at times necessary to take a case to court in order to effectively and fully defend the rights and interests of your business. The following are a few examples of the types of cases our team of skilled attorneys can help you defend against:
- Wage disputes
- Discrimination lawsuits
- Harassment lawsuits
- Noncompete disputes
- No-solicitation disputes
With firm and experienced legal representation in these matters, you may be able to insulate your business from the negative effects of employment lawsuits brought against the company.
The threat of employment litigation against your company is never a small concern, but with the experienced and effective legal representation provided by Slater Pugh, Ltd. LLP, your business will be well-equipped to defend itself against any lawsuit which may be brought against it. To learn more about your rights and options for defending the interests of your company in court, contact our Texas employment lawyers today.