A natural element of the corporate law practice of Ziegler, Ziegler & Associates LLP is our dedicated employment law practice. Rooted in our depth of experience with international corporate law and policies, our approach to employment law emphasizes strong, mutually beneficial employer/employee relationships whenever possible. Committed first to a constructive process, we have an eye toward the reputation and professional/financial future of employees and employers alike. We also understand the value of confidentiality to both employers and employees in employment disputes of a sensitive nature, which is why we endeavor to resolve these issues privately when appropriate.
In addition to crafting strong employment agreements that protect the interests of both parties, our attorneys are regularly retained to intervene in the unfortunate circumstances in which such agreements are violated to help remedy such infractions and seek remuneration for the injured party or parties. We have successfully sought damages and injunctions on behalf of clients in whistleblower cases, employment discrimination matters, U-5 disputes and more. We also have a strong focus on matters involving sexual harassment.
We encourage you to read more about our areas of practice in employment law. Based in Manhattan, New York, we serve clients throughout the U.S. and worldwide.
Related To Employment Law
Contracts and Agreements
The employment law attorneys at Ziegler, Ziegler & Associates LLP competently handle all aspects of employment agreements and related contracts, from drafting employment agreements and enforcing confidentiality provisions to fighting unreasonable non… Read More
Federal law prohibits employers from discriminating against their employees on the basis of gender, age, race, religion, national origin or membership in a constitutionally protected class. Despite this strong measure of protection, many employers co… Read More
U-5 Amendment and Expungement
Ziegler, Ziegler & Associates LLP is committed to protecting the good reputations of our clients. For securities industry professionals, this means ensuring a clean Form U-5 free of any damaging defamatory or inaccurate information. Upon the term… Read More
If you have information about fraud against the United States government or bribery of foreign officials by U.S. companies in order to obtain a competitive business advantage, you may be entitled under the False Claims Act or the Foreign Corrupt Prac… Read More