Business & Employer Attorneys in Fort Lauderdale
Representing Business Owners in Florida, Colorado, Illinois, New Mexico & New York with All Types of Employment Claims
Unfortunately, most business owners will have to deal with employee disputes at some point in their career. Whether you have been accused of discrimination or are facing a wages or hours claim, you need experienced legal counsel to begin working on an effective strategy for your defense, right away. The law requires businesses to be represented by a licensed attorney in all lawsuits. The worst mistake a business owner can make is dismissing employee disputes and related claims as unimportant. In fact, such matters can become a serious threat to your business and could cost you immeasurable money, time, stress, and loss of additional resources.
At USA Employment Lawyers, we provide skilled legal counsel and defense for employers and businesses of all sizes across a wide range of industries. Our Fort Lauderdale-based attorneys are very familiar with the complexities of this specific area of law and have helped many employers through the process of resolving employee claims as quickly and cost-effectively as possible. We serve clients throughout Florida, Colorado, Illinois, New Mexico, & New York.
Types of Cases We Handle
Attorney Jordan Richards is a seasoned litigator with vast experience defending small businesses and large corporations in state and federal courts. We are also happy to provide you with business employment consulting services where we will review your employment record keeping practices, review existing or draft new non-compete agreements, and more.
Our firm handles a broad range of cases on behalf of employers, including those involving:
- The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
- The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
- Title VII of the Civil Rights Act
- Contract disputes
- Hour and wage claims
- Sexual harassment and discrimination claims
- Whistleblower claims
- The Telephone Consumer Protection Act
- Retaliation claims
- The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- The Lanham Act (trademarks) and the Copyright Act
- Unlawful termination claims
This list is not exhaustive; we are capable of providing legal representation and counsel for a wide variety of additional matters. In every instance, we understand what is at stake, which is why we work quickly to help you achieve a swift, favorable outcome for your case. Our Fort Lauderdale business lawyers are prepared to serve as your adviser, confidante, and advocate throughout the legal process. We can zealously fight for you and your business.