Employment and Labor

Managing your workforce needs with efficiency, experience, and practicality.

Culhane Meadows assists clients on a broad spectrum of labor and employment matters.  At Culhane Meadows, we are experienced in all aspects of your human resources legal needs, including employment practices, litigation and disputes, investigations, employee benefits and compensation, workforce acquisitions and reorganizations, employee data privacy and security, and global employment and mobility.

Our attorneys help clients identify potential legal risks through internal investigation and audits and avoid the expense of litigation that can arise from complex employment actions and decisions. We work with human resources and management personnel to maximize the effectiveness of their employment policies and actions.  And when the need arises, we have the team to step up and fully manage our clients’ mediation, arbitration, and litigation matters – regardless of their size or complexity.  Culhane Meadows’ employment partners regularly work hand in glove with partners in our other practice areas to provide clients with solutions that are integrated with their overall objectives – whether in the form of acquisitions, tax planning, regulatory considerations or other contexts.

There is no one-size-fits-all in the world of workplace management, but the CM team, with its diverse backgrounds and experiences, is prepared to work through the maze of potential landmines to provide guidance that meets our clients’ unique goals.


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