Labor, Employment Law & Employee Benefits
Pullman & Comley’s Labor, Employment Law & Employee Benefits practice is committed to providing prompt, practical assistance to clients of all sizes in the areas of private and public sector labor and employment law.
Our attorneys regularly advise clients in all aspects of labor, employment law and employee benefits, including counseling and training, litigation, immigration law and union issues. Our attorneys also provide sophisticated investigation services to private and public entities. Our goal is to help clients develop and maintain employee relations practices that comply with the law and serve their business objectives. We provide effective preventative counseling and aggressively defend our clients’ personnel decisions. We counsel clients on all aspects of the employment relationship including hiring, discipline and termination. Additionally, we handle all aspects of employee benefits plans for both taxable and tax-exempt employers.
Our attorneys regularly handle employment matters before state and federal courts and administrative agencies throughout the United States. We litigate employment disputes of every type, including discrimination and retaliation claims, trade secret and noncompete agreements, ERISA claims and other contract and employment-related tort claims. We negotiate and draft labor agreements, employment and severance agreements and virtually every type of employment-related documents, including nondisclosure and restrictive covenant agreements, and grievance resolutions.
The attorneys in our Labor, Employment Law & Employee Benefits practice cover developments in labor, employment and employee benefits law in: "Working Together," a blog found at http://workingtogether.pullcomblog.com.
- Changing Laws in Labor and Employment
- Keeping The Power On
- Providing Sought-After Commentary on Emerging Immigration Issues
- A Growing Business In Connecticut
- Professional Service Firms Seek Pullman & Comley for Seasoned Counsel
- Defending a School Employer in a FMLA Leave and Pregnancy Discrimination Case
- Designing Pension Plans that Meets Town and Employee Needs
- Norwalk Hospital Joins Growing Network
- Free Speech in Workplace has Limits
- Navigating the Competition For Employees and Trade Secrets