Labor and employment issues arise around the clock and in multiple time zones, far beyond any predictable eight-hour shift. As our clients’ workplaces change, so do we. Whether meeting onsite, in a video conference, or via email in the middle of the night, our attorneys offer a flexibility in services and staffing that mirrors the responsiveness employers value in their own enterprises.
Our industry experience is vast and includes representation of national, regional, and local employers, from large corporations to small businesses, as well as all types of government entities, including statewide agencies and local school systems. Bradley attorneys defend employers across the southeast and beyond in federal and state courts, as well as before mediators and arbitrators nationwide. We also have extensive experience with advocating for clients before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission (OSHA), Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), and other government agencies.
We have achieved client successes in the full spectrum of sophisticated employment claims and issues, including:
As the coronavirus continues to spread, employers are being required to make critical decisions regarding the safety of their workplace and employees, while also considering the long-term commercial and legal impact. Bradley’s Labor and Employment team can provide guidance to the overwhelming list of immediate questions regarding workplace and employee safety in the below areas as they relate to the coronavirus.
Bradley’s Labor and Employment team has drafted several COVID-19 specific blog posts for our clients to reference during this uncertain time. Click here to review recent content from our attorneys that may be helpful to employers.
Bradley attorneys provide immigration services in the business context and help employers gain access to the skilled workers they require for success. Our background includes these key areas of business immigration law:
We also work with clients to prepare them for site visits and investigations conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and other government agencies. We also offer compliance counsel related to relevant state immigration law.
At the helm of Bradley’s Labor and Employment Practice Group are attorneys with more than a century of collective experience in helping employers manage their workforces. This depth of counsel has allowed us to work with clients operating in nearly every industry, including: