We work for employers
Each one of our attorneys is passionately dedicated to ensuring that our clients are always well-positioned to reduce exposure and to enhance their competitive advantage. We provide the foundational knowledge needed for early identification and elimination of workplace concerns before they evolve into full-scale litigation. Whether an issue concerns federal leave law, state regulation on payment of wages or a wrongful termination trial, Hirschfeld Kraemer lawyers draw on an enormous reserve of experience and talent to maximize results while minimizing costs.
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Our firm represents over 100 colleges and universities in both the private and public sector throughout the United States. Our clients range from large, public research institutions to community colleges and small, private liberal arts colleges. We have special expertise addressing the unique legal issues that arise for church and religious-affiliated institutions. We offer assistance dealing with accreditation matters, as well as advising and training on preventing, investigating and responding to campus sexual assaults under Title IX, Clery and state laws. And we routinely provide legal training to administrators on a wide variety of legal issues.
colleges and universities throughout the United States seek guidance from Hirschfeld Kraemer
After years of recognition and lament concerning violence in our hospitals and the larger healthcare community, California is doing something about it in a big way. Through unprecedented statutory and regulatory mandate administered by the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health, a broad range of health care service providers has until April 1, 2018 to ensure that their written workplace violence prevention plan is in place, complete with investigation, response and communications procedures, and comprehensive incident reporting and record-keeping protocols.
of all reported workplace violence incidents occurred against workers in healthcare and social assistance
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2019 has been a remarkable year in California employment law. Sacramento lawmakers have enacted sweeping changes to independent contractor classification, data privacy, and sexual harassment laws, impacting all aspects of the employment relationship, including mandatory arbitration, to name just a few of the many new laws that will have significant and far-reaching effects on the…Read More ›