Employment law is the body of law that governs the employee/employer relationship. Traditionally, an employment relationship could be severed by either party for any reason whatsoever or, in the alternative, for no reason at all. Such an arrangement is known as “at-will employment.”

Today, while “at-will employment” is still presumed, the employment relationship is far more complicated. There are both state and federal laws in effect that must be considered when determining the legal rights and obligations of both employees and employers, not to mention unique contractual language that may apply to the particular employment relationship at issue.

The attorneys at Polito | Rodstrom | Burke LLP can help you better understand how current employment law may affect you, whether you are a recently discharged employee, the owner of a small business who is confronted with the necessity of layoffs, or a recently hired employee who was given an employment contract to sign prior to your first day of work.  You can trust the attorneys at Polito | Rodstrom | Burke LLP to help you navigate the uncertain waters of employment law. Our assistance extends to the following areas of employment law:

  • Employment Contracts
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Non-Compete Agreements
  • Unemployment Compensation Claims
  • Wage/Hour Disputes
  • Workers’ Compensation Claims
  • Wrongful Discharge Claims