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In a world of continuously changing regulations, employers need innovative and proactive legal solutions. With years of experience working with public and private sector employers, our attorneys recognize the complexity of employment challenges that owners and managers encounter every day. We advise employers on preventative employment law practices such as:
Investing in the knowledge of your team is often the first line of defense against potential labor and employment claims, which is why Fraser Stryker offers employers several unique training opportunities through our “Fundamentals for Lawful Management” program. Training programs are geared toward educating employees on how to spot legal problems in the workplace and avoid conduct that can create liability.
Workplace disputes can take a toll on a company’s productivity, morale, and bottom line. When employment issues arise, it is crucial to have a law firm on your side that has built a reputation on navigating complex negotiations and providing strong litigation representation. Fraser Stryker’s employment attorneys are experienced in representing employers throughout the litigation process for:
Our employment lawyers regularly advocate for our clients before state and federal courts, as well as administrative agencies, such as NLRB, DOL, OSHA, EEOC, OFCCP, DHS, ICE, and nationwide state and local agencies, including the NEOC and ICRC.
From counseling clients on reporting and compliance issues to defending employers before the Workers’ Compensation Court, our skilled lawyers pull from their first-hand knowledge to provide effective solutions for clients.
We regularly represent workers’ compensation insurance carriers as well as self-insured employers and have recognized expertise in the qualification of, and compliance with, requirements for self-insured status in Nebraska. As such, we have successfully developed and gained Workers’ Compensation Court approval for self-insurers’ use of trusts in place of the court requirement of surety bonds as additional financial security.
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