For over 40 years, Colodny Fass has successfully represented clients in the prevention and defense of employment-related litigation and class actions. We also assist clients in navigating increasingly complicated state and federal laws and regulations affecting the workplace.
Class actions and complex litigation of employment issues such as restrictive covenants, discrimination, and wage and hour disputes have risen dramatically during the past decade. Meanwhile, increased scrutiny of corporate governance is prompting executives to re-evaluate their policies as they relate to employees and the workplace.
Colodny Fass has prevented and defended employment-related litigation by individuals and groups alike. We are experienced in counseling both public and private-sector clients on strategies to prevent such litigation and actively assist them in devising written policies and procedures that promote constructive employee relations designed to mitigate disputes and limit future ones.
Colodny Fass lawyers have represented employers in the following areas:
- Employee Leave Laws
- Employer Best Practices and Policies
- Hiring, Discipline and Terminations
- Non-Compete Litigation
- Governmental Audits and Complaints
- Unlawful Discrimination
- Sexual Harassment
- Wage and Hour Laws
- Whistleblower Claims
Whether the venue is state, federal or administrative, our attorneys are qualified to handle the matter. We are experienced in conducting independent investigations of employment matters and are often called to perform fact-finding missions or participate in interventions. We also offer the necessary assistance and guidance through Department of Labor and EEOC audits, and proactively assist employer clients in managing corporate compliance issues by minimizing risk, providing counseling and creating an optimal employee culture.
Colodny Fass welcomes the opportunity to discuss how our Employment Law Division can help you successfully navigate today’s complex workforce challenges.
Broward Employment Lawyers:
Maria Elena Abate
Amy L. Koltnow
Matthew C. Scarfone