Employment Law for Business
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- Domestic Violence Leave (August 2014)
- A Non-Compete Agreement May Not Be Enforceable After A Job Or Employer Change (July 2013)
- New Hampshire Requires Advance Notice of Restrictive Agreements (July 2012)
Employers today face a bewildering array of employment laws, regulations and expectations.
Everything from an ostensibly harmless comment to a simple employment decision can lead to a lawsuit with a potentially devastating damage award. Few employers can successfully manage their employees without prompt, sophisticated legal advice.
For over 30 years, attorneys at Marshall Halem have counseled and defended employers in matters concerning their employees. We work with clients to develop strategies for lawfully achieving their objectives while avoiding litigation. Our firm offers employment services covering virtually every aspect of the employment and post-employment relationship.