Labor and Employment

The Anderson, Bottrell, Sanden & Thompson law firm is uniquely qualified to provide advice to employers in every aspect of its employment needs. We strive to stay on top of new employment laws, rules and regulations and proactively advise our clients on how to better their practices and procedures.

Anderson, Bottrell, Sanden & Thompson attorneys provide their employer clients with not only updates of new state and federal employment laws, but also human resources counseling. The human resources counseling includes all personnel matters, such as hiring, firing, disciplinary action, documentation of personnel issues, discrimination, sexual harassment, federal and state wage and hour laws, drug and alcohol testing, military leave, employment contract claims, confidentiality breaches, and reductions in force.

We also provide to our clients unique knowledge in ERISA with respect to the plans, practices, and claims. Additionally, we assist our clients in preparing and drafting employment manuals, policies, practices and procedures, and employment non-competes, confidentiality agreements, and employment contracts.

We also represent companies in labor union disputes, including unfair labor practices, arbitrations and collective bargaining agreements.

Anderson, Bottrell, Sanden & Thompson attorneys take pride in proactively advising their employer clients to reduce or prevent potential state and federal claims and/or litigation. In the event of a state or federal claim and/or litigation, Anderson, Bottrell, Sanden & Thompson attorneys have extensive experience in defending employers against claims filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or state labor department. We strive to promptly and efficiently respond to state and federal claims and seek prompt closure to the pending issues.

Anderson, Bottrell, Sanden & Thompson law firm is an aggressive firm that vigorously defends its client in any employment litigation. We are able to do this in a timely and cost effective manner.

hashLabor and Employment