Employment Law

employment-law-nhOur firm handles a wide variety of legal matters related to the employer/employee relationship.  Our understanding of the legal aspects of these claims provides an overarching foundation to pursuit of effective solutions for our clients in these difficult matters.  Our experience comes from helping employees and employers in the litigation of these matters in the State and Federal Courts, the New Hampshire Department of Labor, New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights, and EEOC.  Examples of the types of cases we handle in this practice area include, and are not limited to, the following:

  • Wrongful Termination
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Disability Discrimination
  • Wage and Hour Claims/Unpaid Wages and Commissions
  • Employment Contracts
  • Non-Competition Agreements
  • Unemployment Compensation Claims/Hearings

In addition to providing experienced litigation support in pursuing claims for both employers and employees, our firm has helped Employers formulate Personnel Policies and Employee Handbooks to assist in the orderly and effective operation of their business on a day-to-day basis, with an additional eye toward assisting in an understanding and compliance with State and Federal Laws bearing on the employment relationship.  The best employment case, is the one that never happens.  While there is never a guarantee that one will not be faced with a lawsuit, there are many things that can be done to manage that risk in an effort to prevent problems in the future.  Consultation with an experienced and knowlegeable lawyer is an essential step toward achieving that goal.

Testimonial

I was referred to attorney Ward by the lawyer referral service in Concord, NH. As my case pertained to a specific type of workplace issue, it could not be handled by just any attorney. I chose him due to his proximity to my home, and in retrospect would have gladly driven further. From our first phone call, I liked his demeanor. I found him to be the perfect combination of professional and personable. My case was won and I was so grateful to have him there in court to represent me. I would retain him in any future matters.
— L.S.