Employment Law Attorneys Waiting for You
The business lawyers of The Vasilco Law Group, P.C. provide services and representation in a broad area of employment law matters for employers and employees. As a former owner of a successful small business, attorney Michael Williams gained firsthand experience dealing with the legal issues that affect a successful employer-employee relationship. Employment law includes numerous regulations and specific statutes that bosses and workers can't be expected to know completely. We will explain how statutes and labor laws apply to your situation and help you understand your needs better. Many times, employment law issues affect other business matters, including tax structuring and contract law. Our business law experience helps us provide successful resolutions to many legal issues that arise in the day-to-day operations of a business.
Our employment lawyer services include:
- Severance agreements
- Non-compete agreements
- Employment contracts
- Employee handbooks
- Wrongful termination litigation
- Ongoing legal counsel on all employment matters
- Benefit plan supervision
Dispute Resolution and Litigation
Unfortunately, disputes arise between employers and employees. We provide intelligent and skillful dispute resolution that focuses on meeting the needs of employer and employee, whether it relates to employment contract issues, sexual harassment, discrimination or other issues. In the event that a dispute rises to the level of court litigation, we have the experience and resources to develop and present a strong case to resolutely protect our client's rights and interests.
Wage Claim Act
Fired and your employer is wrongfully withholding part or all of your pay? This is illegal and gives you a right to sue your employer under a wage claim. There are many wage and hour laws in place that govern the payment of wages, salary, commissions, and bonuses paid to employees. Wage and hour laws are often misunderstood by employers who offer to meet payroll by offering comp time or rearrange work schedules. Whether you are an employer or an employee, don't take it for granted that you understand Department of Labor regulations. An experienced employment law attorney can explain how the law applies to your specific situation.
Contact our offices to discuss your employment law matters. We offer affordable, prompt, and responsive services for employers and employees.
Boss Late in Paying You? Read On.
Did you know that in the State of Colorado, employers cannot have pay periods exceeding 30 days unless agreed in writing by the employee? This means for most people, if you haven't been paid within 30 days, your boss is probably violating the law. In these situations, a strongly worded letter from our office will do wonders. Call us today if you are facing a company which has not paid you in more than thirty days. One of our attorneys will be happy to speak with you.