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MAZURKRAEMER Is Now Offering Full-Service Employment Law Services For Employers

February 18, 2015

Withemployee handbook the hiring of  experienced employment law attorney Amy Kerr Parker, MAZURKRAEMER is now offering full-service employment law services for employers- from sole proprietorships to large corporations.  Whatever employment law matter your company faces, we are prepared to help you achieve a favorable resolution. Our practice is focused on preventing employment law problems when possible, and resolving them quickly and cost-effectively when they do arise.


Examples of the types of matters we now can handle are:


Risk Prevention:  Preventing employment law risk is critical to your company’s success, and we know that.   We help our clients maintain compliance with federal and state employment laws governing employee relations.  We can guide you through all of the necessary steps in creating sound workplace policies and practices, including:

  • Establishing policies and proceduresLabor Laws
  • Creating employee handbooks
  • Establishing employment contracts
  • Establishing and enforcing noncompete contracts
  • Addressing employee classification issues
  • Handling layoffs and terminations
  • Handling issues related to medical leave
  • Addressing wage and hour disputes
  • Implementing training for prevention of sexual harassment, discrimination and other unlawful acts by employees

Dispute Resolution:  When employment law issues arise, it is critical to address them as soon as possible.  Contact us regarding employment law claims, including the following types of disputes:

  • Discrimination based on age, race, gender, national origin, sexual preference and other protected classes.
  • Fair Labor Standards Act Claims
  • Harassment claims for hostile work environment and sexual harassment
  • Wrongful termination claims including those based on protected classes, and as retaliation for whistleblowing
  • Retaliation claims alleging retaliation against employees for whistleblowing, taking medical leave and other actions
  • Wage and hour disputes for unpaid overtime and employee misclassification
  • Medical leave:  Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA),  including pregnancy and disability leave
  • Employment Contract Disputes including non-competition agreements

Contact with any inquiries.

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