Employment Law

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Members of the Employment Law group:

Kira M. Slawson

Robert H. Wilde

 

Employment Law

Economists have long understood that human capital is one of the three primary factors of production. In most businesses, employee compensation is the primary recurring expenditure. In addition to being critical to the economic success of any business, productive, and happy employees are important to the internal climate of the enterprise.
Our attorneys have extensive experience in trying, mediating, and resolving employment claims ranging from unemployment hearings, to appearances before the Utah Labor Commission on wage claims and allegations of discrimination, to multi-day jury trials in state and federal court and appeals. We handle Title VII, FMLA, ADA, FLSA, UPWA, civil rights, unemployment appeal hearings, disability, and any other employment claims. We have represented a broad range of both plaintiffs and defendants, from the smallest businesses and individuals to large corporations and educational institutions.
Although our attorneys are experienced in litigation, prevention is the best course of action in employment law. Early consultation can be the key to preventing costly claims through proper training and policies.