Skilled Representation In Legal And Administrative Proceedings

Employment and labor law disputes or violations are not always immediately handled through lawsuits and civil litigation. In some types of cases, claimants must first go through administrative proceedings. Cases handled through these administrative proceedings, however, are no less consequential for the businesses involved.

In cases of alleged discrimination or harassment, you will likely be dealing with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the Florida Commission on Human Relations (FCHR). If disputes are not resolved at this level, then you will likely be required to defend yourself in court.

It is typically more cost-effective and less disruptive to your business if these issues are resolved outside of court. An experienced employment lawyer can help you build the best case possible to demonstrate that you acted in accordance with the law.

Resolving Current Disputes And Preventing Future Disputes From Arising

At Danz Law, we can guide you through both legal and administrative proceedings when your business is jeopardized by an employment law dispute.

We will help you gather information regarding hiring and firing practices and policies, internal investigations you conducted when claims were brought forth within your business, job descriptions and job classification, and the way different employees were treated based on legitimate business reasons as opposed to discrimination.

In our experience, many employers do not have this information readily available. Our experience in preventative and ongoing general business consulting gives us unique insight into how businesses can correct operations and facilitate more legal compliance as a result. We can make sure that this legal dispute is resolved in the most favorable manner possible, and help you prevent further disputes from arising as well.

Keep Your Business Protected, Call Us Today

Schedule an initial consultation to discuss your case with an experienced employment law attorney. Contact our South Florida office online, or by calling 954-406-7535 or toll free at 866-640-1080 to discuss your case during an initial consultation.