Helping Clients Avoid Employment-Related Challenges and Lawsuits
HMBR offers a wide variety of services to help employers analyze and prevent human resources-related legal claims and lawsuits. We are experienced labor and employment law attorneys with the knowledge and foresight to make sure clients run their institutions and businesses in a manner that complies with federal, state and local regulatory requirements. We provide our clients with clear and proactive advice aimed at reducing their exposure to employment-related claims involving harassment, discrimination, employee malfeasance and other employment law issues.
Providing Strategic Advice and Services
At HMBR, our attorneys counsel and represent employers of all sizes operating across a wide spectrum of industries, from health care, to education, to state and local units of government. Regardless of the client’s size or industry focus, our lawyers are equipped to deliver a broad range of HR compliance services, including, but not limited to:
- Conducting workplace investigations or assisting with internal investigations in response to allegations of discrimination, harassment and other employment law matters
- Conducting internal investigations of employee malfeasance
- Establishing and maintaining employee handbooks and other workplace rules and procedures, including technology and privacy policies
- Working with human resources professionals to periodically review and update workplace policies and procedures
- Providing on-site training programs for both management and staff on sexual harassment, discrimination and other workplace conduct matters
- Navigating clients through both day-to-day and more complex HR compliance matters
Beyond working with our individual clients, the attorneys in our Labor and Employment Practice frequently speak at national and regional conferences on a full range of human resources compliance matters. Additionally, our team is often called upon to develop smaller programs and seminars targeted to address the individual needs and concerns of specific industries and industry-related groups.