The relationship between employers and employees often gives rise to a range of disputes. With new laws being crafted all the time, it can be very confusing for employers trying to keep up with current legislation.
The Maloney Firm has considerable experience representing employers and management, as well as employees, in the ever-changing world of Employment Law. Firm represents clients in disputes arising from:
- Sexual harassment
- Discrimination on the basis of sex, disability, age, race and national origin
- Wage and hour disputes
- Compensation and stock options disputes
- Wrongful retaliatory termination
- Misappropriation of trade secrets
Representative Employment Matters
Lead counsel in union arbitration challenging client’s termination of an employee. The arbitrator found that the termination was lawful and denied reinstatement and damages.
Representation of employees and employers in disputes arising from allegations that departing employees misappropriated trade secrets, including technical information and customer lists.
Lead counsel for management in arbitration involving obligation of employer to reinstate employees who had been laid off. Arbitrator found the employer had no obligation to reinstate seventeen of the nineteen claimants.
Representation of employer in a class action alleging employees had been deprived of meal and rest breaks. Matter settled after class allegations were dropped.
Representation of local start up in claim by male employee for sexual harassment based on allegation that clients were steered to a female sale representative. Matter settled for less than five figures.
Representation of employees and employers in disputes arising from allegations of wrongful termination, retaliation, discrimination or harassment on the basis of sex, age, disability, race, national origin and whistle blowing.