If given enough time, every business will need an attorney for one reason or another. Given the nature of the employer/employee relationship, all interactions must be done with as much legal transparency as possible, and a reputable San Antonio business attorney is vital in facilitating this transparency.
Here at Dan Burke Law, we’re intimately aware of how important it is for an employer to maintain a positive dynamic with their employees. We also understand that disagreements will be inevitable, and there will be times when the mitigative abilities of a qualified attorney will be avenues for finding a solution.
Legal disputes can be stressful, and issues regarding employment can be complicated and emotionally charged. When your company finds itself facing an employment dispute that surpasses the scope and reach of your HR department, there’s no one more well-versed in employee law than Dan Burke. For the last 19 years, Dan has made understanding employer and employee rights his life’s mission and is eager to extend that experience to your small business.
Most Common Employment Disputes
In his 19 years of providing legal protection for small businesses, Dan Burke has seen every type of employment dispute you can imagine. To simplify things, here is a list of some of the most common disputes that he’s successfully mitigated over the years:
Wage disputes are a type of lawsuit that is filed when an employee feels that they were unfairly compensated for work that they did as defined by their employment agreement.
These are some of the most emotionally charged issues an employer can find themselves facing, and in the eyes of an objective third party,an attorney is required to move forward in a productive manner
Wrongful termination suits occur when an employee feels that they have lost their job on grounds that they feel are unfair. Being an “at will” employment state, there needs to be very specific circumstances for wrongful termination to have legal grounds. However, these cases can be complicated, and a good attorney can protect an employer from fraudulent claims of wrongful termination.
Discrimination and Harassment
Discrimination and harassment claims occur when an employee feels that they have been wrongfully discriminated against at their place of work because of their race, religion, national origin, sex, pregnancy status, age or the presence of a disability. These claims tend to be highly sensitive, and the involvement of a well-trained attorney can mitigate the serious public implications that can come with these cases.
A severance agreement is an agreement made between employer and employee that defines the terms of which an employer/employee relationship will be terminated. These agreements can include things like final NDAs and specific information regarding the final compensation of the employee.
Stay Protected With David Burke Law
There are many kinds of legal complaints that an employee can make— these are just the most common. No matter what kind of employment dispute you may have, Dan Burke is guaranteed to have the knowledge and experience to help you navigate the complexities of legal disputes with your employees, current and former.
If your small business needs any sort of legal representation, don’t hesitate to contact us today. As a client, your success is Dan’s success, and our firm strives to provide small businesses with the legal resources and knowledge they need to thrive.