Employment Law, also referred to as labor law, is a broad term encompassing every facet of the employment relationship that employers have with their employees, or in some cases, even in circumstances where no employer/employee relationship has yet been established, or after the employer/employee relationship has been terminated. Employment law regulates the entire process, from the initial hiring phase through job duties, wages, promotions, benefits offered by the company, employee evaluations, discipline and termination of the employment relationship, and even workplace safety. Some of the specific issues falling under the term "employment law" appear in the list near the end of this article.
The tools of the employment lawyer, besides his training, skill, and experience, include the large body of state and federal laws, administrative rulings, and judicial precedents ("caselaw") which encompass all areas of the employer/employee relationship. For 35 years now I have represented employees in virtually every field, trade, or profession imaginable, and in virtually every aspect of the employer-employee relationship. My clients have spanned every level of employment, including blue-collar laborers and high-level managers. I have represented government employees at every level of government, and employees whose employers range from the largest multinational corporations to small local businesses. My clients come from Toledo, Northwest Ohio, and throughout the region.
Some specific areas in which I have experience:
If you have an employment law issue, here in Toledo, in Northwest Ohio, or anywhere in the region, I invite you to call my office and set up an appointment to meet with me.
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