For employers doing business in New Mexico and throughout the western United States, the Rodey Labor and Employment Group is a cohesive team of experienced litigators and negotiators.
Our comprehensive approach to client service, which involves training, counseling and problem solving, gives our clients the support they need to move more confidently through the complex web that is employment law.
Rodey’s full-service employment law practice represents local, regional and national employers. Our attorneys are knowledgeable in all federal and state laws affecting the employer-employee relationship. We have substantial experience representing employers in a wide variety of employment matters in federal and state courts and before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the New Mexico Human Rights Division, the New Mexico Workers’ Compensation Administration and other agencies.
The firm’s expertise includes:
Civil rights in employment
Federal contract compliance
Implied contract litigation
Occupational safety and health
Wage and hour disputes
Wrongful discharge litigation
We also advise clients in non-adversarial aspects of labor relations including employment terminations, preparation of employee manuals, affirmative action plans, structuring grievance procedures, the Americans with Disabilities Act and preventive counseling.
Our attorneys also counsel clients on employment statutes and human resources factors in business transactions such as mergers, acquisitions and plant closures.
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