Labor and Employment

Rosen Harwood counsels and represents clients in all aspects of labor and employment law. Our labor and employment attorneys have significant experience in this complex area of the law, and are dedicated to handling the most sophisticated issues consistent with each individual client’s needs.

We work with our clients on the day-to-day employment matters affecting their businesses. Our clients include local, state, and national employers from the private, public and non-profit sectors. We assist clients with the drafting of employee handbooks, employment agreements, policies and procedures, and provide preventive counseling and training such as management training, anti-harassment training, and diversity training. In addition, our attorneys counsel clients on a wide variety of health insurance coverage issues, continuation coverage (“COBRA”) rules, health portability (“HIPAA”) requirements, and reporting and disclosure obligations to the Department of Labor and to local, state and national taxing authorities.

Rosen Harwood represents clients in all types of employment litigation and administrative hearings. Our attorneys handle cases in both state and federal courts involving claims related to the following:

  • Discrimination claims under Title VII, §1981, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act
  • Family Medical Leave Act
  • Fair Labor Standards Act
  • Sexual harassment, workplace harassment, racial harassment
  • Retaliation claims
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • State law claims such as invasion of privacy, assault and battery, negligent hiring, negligent supervision, defamation, and outrage
  • Preventive Counseling
  • Background Checks
  • Employee Hiring
  • Employment Contracts
  • Employee Handbooks
  • Employee Benefits
  • Supervisor/Management/Employee Training
  • Employer Practices
  • Disciplinary Issues
  • Litigation
    • Discrimination Claims (race, age, sex, religion, national origin)
    • Wage and Hour Issues
    • Worker’s Compensation
    • Wrongful Discharge