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Employment and Labor Law

Employment and Labor Law

In the ever-changing world of employment law and labor law, one thing that remains a constant is the need for employers to have a trouble-free workplace. Chartwell Law has a team of attorneys dedicated to the practice of employment law and labor relations who provide counseling and representation in all areas that impact an organization’s work environment.

Service Areas

In matters concerning employment law and labor relations, Chartwell Law represents employers from assorted industries and types of businesses. Our clients include employers from the private and public sectors who are both diverse in the size of their workforce and their operations. We represent companies hailing from industries such as insurance, retail, healthcare, manufacturing, construction, employment staffing, finance, education, transportation, freight and courier, hospitality, and more. Our clients are located throughout the United States and range from businesses with one location to large corporations with widespread operations spanning the country.


Human Resources and Employee Relations Counseling

The employment law and labor law attorneys of Chartwell Law provide counsel to prevent workplace problems but if an issue does occur, our attorneys provide effective counsel from the onset of the problem through its investigation while being mindful of the economic impact on clients, in terms of both exposure and cost-effectiveness. Chartwell Law provides valuable and practical legal advice for a variety of employment law issues to ensure statutory and regulatory compliance in the daily issues that arise concerning:

• Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

• Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA)

• Collective Bargaining

• Discrimination

• Employee Retirement Income Security Act

• Employment Contracts

• Employment Counseling

• Employee Discipline

• Employee Handbooks

• Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and Wage and Hour Laws

• Family and Medical Leave Act (FLMA)

• Grievance Arbitrations

• Harassment

• Hostile Workplace

• Internal Investigations

• Noncompete Agreements

• Pregnancy Discrimination Act

• Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)

• Records Retentions

• Reductions in Force

• Section 1981

• Separation and Severance Agreements

• Title VII of the Civil Rights Act

• Union Negotiations

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