Labor and Employment Law
Labor and employment law is constantly evolving. Our attorneys are ready to assist companies in developing, managing and defending policies that promote a productive and efficient workforce. We have extensive experience helping clients meet their corporate goals by offering innovative solutions and impeccable representation. Our goal is to guide your company to the best practices and procedures for managing either a union or a non-union workforce.
Our attorneys have assisted clients in unionized and non-unionized environments with labor and employment issues. This experience was gained while practicing as outside counsel, as well as from managing labor and employment issues for Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 corporations. This experience gives our attorneys the perspective of both the legal practitioner and the employer. Our attorneys have worked in a variety of industries including pharmaceutical, healthcare/hospital, manufacturing, educational, nonprofit, and banking. Our attorneys have extensive backgrounds in employee relations and the business acumen to facilitate successful human resources management.
Fleming Stage attorneys have worked with regulatory agencies. Our attorneys have acted as plaintiff’s counsel for a wide variety of employment issues that have been filed with the State of Indiana. Our attorneys are familiar with the administrative practices of state civil rights agencies and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commissions in Indiana, Kentucky, Wisconsin, and Michigan. Fleming Stage attorneys have experience analyzing cases on behalf of both the employee and the employer, enabling us to thoroughly prepare clients and address any obstacles that may arise in this area of law.
We can provide assistance in the following areas:
- Wrongful discharge defense
- Sexual harassment avoidance, training, and defense
- State and federal discrimination avoidance, training, and defense
- Non-competition agreement drafting, enforcement, and review
- Wage claim defense
- FMLA defense
- Diversity training
- Age discrimination issues
- EEOC/ICRC compliance
- Unemployment claims
- OSHA/IOSHA issues
- Business litigation
- NLRB matters