For Tennessee employers and employees alike, legal issues related to workplace regulations and policies have never been more prominent or important. At Spragins, Barnett & Cobb, PLC, we know that questions and disputes surrounding employment law issues can carry significant financial and personal costs for both employers and employees.
In recent years, there have been significant changes to several laws related to employment and workplaces that impact both employers and employees. Our attorneys assist employers in updating their workplace policies to align and comply with regulatory and legal changes. Additionally, in cases where an employer's conduct or actions violate a particular law, we help employees hold employers accountable.
We represent clients in employment-related matters, including:
- Employment discrimination
- Sexual harassment
- Family Medical Leave Act violations
- Wrongful termination
- Wage and hour violations
- Unemployment benefits claims
- Whistleblower lawsuits
- Workers' compensation
- Employee benefits
- Noncompete agreements
Legal Services For Small Businesses
Small-business owners must wear many hats and legal issues related to workplace policies may not be top-of-mind. One lawsuit, however, can quickly change all of this and also have a negative impact on a business' reputation, financial security and ability to remain competitive and profitable.
By taking a proactive approach, the attorneys at Spragins, Barnett & Cobb, PLC, help business owners craft employment policies related to drug use, noncompete clauses and sexual harassment that ultimately protect and promote business interests.
In cases where an employer is the target of an employment lawsuit, we conduct a thorough investigation and develop a legal strategy that addresses both a business' short- and long-term needs and goals.
Contact Our West Tennessee Employment Law Attorneys
Firm partners Charles H. Barnett, Lewis L. Cobb, Sara E. Barnett, and Teresa A Luna assist employers and employees throughout West Tennessee in crafting employment policies and resolving related disputes.
To discuss your employment law needs with a lawyer, call our Jackson firm at 731-300-1592 or contact us via our online form.