Tim’s employment practice includes all facets of employment law, including employment discrimination claims under Title VII and the Missouri Commission on Human Rights, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Family and Medical Leave Act. He is involved in litigating employment discrimination claims as well as investigating and responding on behalf of management to employee claims before administrative agencies. Tim also represents management before the National Labor Relations Board in unfair labor practice charges, challenges to elections and post-election conduct. In addition, he advises clients on employment-related matters such as employment contracts and daily human resources issues.
Blog Posts by
Timothy W. Bubenik
Missouri Court of Appeals Finds Accommodation Requests to be Protected Activity
By Timothy W. Bubenik on November 21, 2018
Retaliation claims can prove troublesome for employers and have resulted in significant liability under both federal and state law. Evidence of such difficulty can be...
EIGHTH CIRCUIT REQUIRES EMPLOYEES TO REASONABLY BELIEVE UNDERLYING CONDUCT IS ILLEGAL TO MAKE A CASE FOR RETALIATION
By Timothy W. Bubenik on August 21, 2018
Colleen Auer’s tenure as city attorney for Minot, North Dakota, may have lasted only about a month, but it spurred not one, but three lawsuits...
Employer Liability for Third Party Physical Attacks on Employees
By Timothy W. Bubenik on May 10, 2018
In Wieland v. Owner-Operator Services, Inc., 540 S.W.3d 845, 847 (Mo. 2018), reh’g denied (Apr. 3, 2018), the Missouri Supreme Court heard a case worthy of its...
Missouri Court of Appeals Places Limits on What Can Be Classified as Whistleblowing
By Timothy W. Bubenik on October 23, 2017
Limiting the extent of a public policy discharge claim in Missouri, the Missouri Court of Appeals recently issued a decision that provides guidance to the...
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