Employment Law

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Employers face growing difficulties in dealing with employee relations, discrimination, sexual harassment, privacy rights, confidential employee records, as well as statutory and regulatory compliance.

As society becomes increasingly distrustful of large corporate employers and insensitive to the vulnerabilities of small business owners, employers need guidance and sound advice in navigating the minefield of modern employment law.

The AV listed partners of Marcus & Myers are experienced in representing the interests of employers. We work closely with employers to protect them through human resource management training, the proper use of employment agreements, employee benefit policies and litigation services.

Whether it is the drafting and enforcement of non-compete and non-disclosure agreements, or reviewing and revising employment handbooks, the firm is capable of providing employers with the tools they need to foresee and minimize problems with their employees. We can assist you in employment law matters relating to:

  • Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA)
  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • COBRA continuation of health coverage
  • Discrimination matters (race, color, religion, sex and national origin)
  • Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
  • Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

When an unforeseeable employee dispute occurs, the firm is experienced at resolving even complex and sensitive matters, whether through negotiation or litigation.

Lee W. Marcus, a founding member of the firm, was an adjunct professor at Webster University, where he taught Employment Law in the Human Resource Management Masters program. He has also provided human resource management training to both non-profit and for-profit trade groups throughout Central Florida.

Mr. Marcus and other members of the firm have the experience and insight necessary to give employers the freedom to operate their businesses effectively and efficiently within federal and Florida employment laws.

Contact Office Administrator Melissa Busby at 407-447-2550 x306 or mbusby@marcusmyerslaw.com to schedule your appointment with an attorney to discuss your case.