Employment and Labor Law Attorneys

Whether you own a small business with a few employees or a large corporation with hundreds of employees, employment and labor law issues can present themselves. It is of utmost importance to be prepared with an employment and labor law attorney who can advise and assist you in a wide range of employee-related issues.

The employment and labor law attorneys at Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn have earned a reputation as the go-to team for employers dealing with employment and labor law issues in Northeastern Pennsylvania.

Our employment law attorneys represent private and public-sector employers in all aspects of Pennsylvania employee relations, including:

  • Labor Relations and Negotiations
  • Litigation in State and Federal Courts Involving PA Employment Law Matters
  • Claims Involving Wrongful Discharge, Sexual Harassment, and Discrimination Based Upon Sex, Race,
    Religion, Disability, or Nationality
  • Matters Before State and Federal Agencies
  • Including the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission and the Equal Employment Opportunity
    Commission

Employers turn to our employment lawyers for a counsel on a variety of personnel issues, including:

  • Employee Handbooks
  • The Family and Medical Leave Act
  • The Americans With Disabilities Act
  • Sexual Harassment Training and Litigation
  • Accommodating Disabled Employees
  • Separation Agreements
  • Drug Testing
  • Drafting and Enforcing Non-Compete Agreements
  • Reduction in Force and Downsizing
  • Structuring Corporate Recognitions to Mitigate Age and Discrimination Laws

Our labor law attorneys handle all traditional-management activities, including:

  • Negotiation of Collective Bargaining Agreements
  • Labor Arbitrations
  • National Labor Relations Board and Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board Proceedings
  • Wage and Hour Matters
  • Conduct of Union Elections and Campaigns
  • Unemployment Compensation Cases
  • Wage Payment and Collection Law Claims
  • All Aspects of Union and Non-Union Labor Management Relations in the Public and Private Sectors