The employment relationship is of critical importance to every business, but requires constant legal attention to avoid pitfalls. Mesch, Clark & Rothschild has expertise in the complex field of Employment Law. Our attorneys represent both employees and employers in such matters as:
- Wrongful termination
- Hostile work environment claims
- Discrimination on the basis of protected status, such as age, sex, race, religion, national origin, disability and pregnancy.
Because our experienced employment attorneys stay current with recent court decisions and changes in the law, Mesch, Clark & Rothschild can help employers comply with all regulations, and proactively avoid lawsuits. If a lawsuit is already underway, our lawyers can use their decades of mediation and trial experience to effectively represent both employers and employees.
For our business clients, we strive to be an extension of your human resources department. We go the extra mile to assure that our clients’ businesses are in full compliance with state and federal employment and labor laws in such areas as:
- Conducting employment audits
- Reviewing personnel policies and procedures
- Counseling employers about discharging employees
- Conducting employment law seminars
- Representing employees or employers in court and administrative hearings
- Responding to claims of discrimination
Please contact Mesch, Clark & Rothschild to speak with an employment lawyer from one of Tucson’s most trusted law firms.
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