Protect Your Business With Proven Employment Law Assistance
As businesses grow, there seem to be more difficulties and the challenges to businesses seem to become more frequent, too. When companies expand, there are more employees, more in-depth business deals and legal disputes. A business law attorney can ensure that companies meet all regulatory compliance requirements and defend businesses against lawsuits and legal claims. For skilled counsel, call our experienced employment law attorney, Amy Garrard, at AG Employment Law, PLLC. She has been supporting businesses through difficult legal situations for 24 years.
Manage Your Risks With Effective Guidance
Florida has one of the highest rated business environments in America. Small companies, which account for over 99% of all the businesses in the state, significantly contribute to that success. There are more than 2 million small businesses, which make up over 40% of our state’s private business sector.
However, even in successful business operations, there are challenges. Two of the main reasons they fail are mismanagement and legal problems. However, if a business survives for the first year and a half, it is statistically more likely to succeed. Some of those threats can be overcome with the help of an experienced employment law attorney.
Effective Legal Guidance Can Help Companies Avoid Problems
There are legal issues that arise for new and existing businesses, and the best way to deal with them is to hire an accomplished attorney to assist you.
Agreements, contracts, documents, procedures, and regulatory compliance plans that are prepared accurately can prevent future problems and help avoid mistakes before they happen. We will work to resolve legal issues before they go to court. However, if your case cannot be kept out of court, we are prepared to litigate your case in court.
At AG Employment Law, PLLC, we represent clients facing a variety of challenges, including:
- Regulatory compliance issues
- Contract, human resources procedures and policy preparation
- Discrimination complaints
- EEOC-related employment claims
- Fair Labor Standards Act claims
- Labor rights violation claims
- Noncompete agreements
- Retaliation claims
- Shareholder disputes
- Whistleblower allegations
- Wrongful discharges