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Bonne, Bridges, Mueller, O'Keefe & Nichols employment practice has a reputation for successfully defending companies, large and small, in numerous major civil court cases. We also provide quality risk management services to our clients to help them avoid litigation altogether. While other law firms may tout employment law as their specialty, our unrivaled skills as trial attorneys elevate us onto an entirely different playing field.

 


 

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Our highly skilled employment law attorneys at Bonne, Bridges, Mueller, O'Keefe & Nichols aggressively defend and counsel small and large companies in all facets of state and federal employment and labor law. Such as:

sexual harassment
wrongful termination
age discrimination
Title VII litigation
unfair competition
trade secret law
workplace safety and violence issues
hiring matters (references, interviewing, etc.)
leave of absence laws
drug testing
employee handbooks and policies
liability for and to third parties
religious discrimination
whistle-blower laws
employment discrimination
family and medical leave laws
ADA litigation
wage and hour issues
invasion of privacy claims
breach of contract
independent contractor  v. employee issues
child labor laws
reasonable accommodations
record-keeping
contract issues
internal investigations
sexual orientation discrimination
union organizing activities

We are highly successful in getting cases settled or dismissed outright. There are several reasons for this:

First, we assemble an aggressive team on your behalf comprising associates, researchers and support personnel. Team members have but one goal: to get to the bottom of the accusation, find and expose its flaws, and get it off your shoulders.

Second, we are uniquely skilled at building bulletproof defense strategies and powerfully communicating them to trial juries.

And third, many plaintiffs' attorneys-hesitant to challenge our formidable trial success rate of more than 95%—make the wise business decision to settle before the case reaches trial.