Labor & Employment Litigation
The labor and employment litigation team at Tuesley Hall Konopa handles lawsuits arising from employment disputes such as wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, and breach of contract. Our primary focus is on the rights of employers, although we do occasionally represent business managers, executives, and professionals. Whether through mediation, arbitration, or litigation, we help our clients find a fair resolution for their dispute.
We conduct investigations, prepare formal position statements, and, when appropriate, participate in mediation and conciliation processes or courtroom litigation. Our goal is to help clients solve their employment disputes in innovative, cost-effective ways that allow them to move forward. Through pretrial dispositive motions and mediation, our labor and employment attorneys have been successful in obtaining dismissal of the vast majority of cases without the necessity of a trial. But, when there is no other course, we have the experience and proven ability to take the case through trial and appeal, in both state and federal courts.
- Wrongful discharge
- Employee discrimination or harassment related to a protected classification such as age, sex, race, national origin, religion, pregnancy or disability
- Whistleblower and retaliation
- Non-Compete and Trade Secret disputes
- Employment Contract disputes
- Equal pay claims
- Wage and hour disputes
We now have offices in South Bend, IN, Elkhart, IN and Cassopolis, MI, and have represented employers in administrative proceedings before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and state civil rights commissions or fair employment practice agencies.
Representing employers in the litigation and mediation of employment-related disputes is a strength and a cornerstone practice of Tuesley Hall Konopa. If you have an employment dispute and want to find out how you can defend or assert your rights, call 574.232.3538 to schedule an appointment.
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