Employment & Labor Law
Mesch Clark Rothschild is a recognized leader in representing a variety of businesses and clients in this complex and ever-changing area of law.
Our attorneys not only keep on top of cutting edge concepts and case law, they are frequently asked to speak to both employer and State Bar Association groups.
We represent clients in the following areas:
- Employment discrimination complaints and litigation
- Wage and overtime claims
- Whistleblowing actions
- Handbook policies
- Representation before NLRB, DOL and EEOC
Our expertise is unsurpassed and our successful track record is validation. With social media becoming a major source of litigation, our attorneys stand ready to assist companies with handbook policies and representation before the National Labor Relations Board.
We work tirelessly to reach a successful outcome which meets your business needs.
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