Through helping hundreds of companies worldwide (including our prior law firm, Baker & McKenzie) achieve their workplace vision and protect their interests, we understand that each workplace is different. We formed Schor & Freeland to better partner with our clients to create legal solutions that make business sense, reflect their unique corporate culture and give them peace of mind. We provide counsel in the following principal areas:
We invest time up front to thoroughly understanding your vision, workforce, and immediate and long term goals. With these in mind, we partner with you to develop an individualized Great Workplace Strategy that will bring all the pieces together to help you build your great workplace. Your GWS will be more than a reflection of legal requirements; it will be tailored to your workplace. It may include immediate solutions or a recommendation for additional review of your current practices and next steps for reaching your goals. For more information on what a Great Workplace Strategy might entail, go to our Workplace Strategies page or follow the link by clicking here.
Personnel matters arise from time to time - sometimes more often than you might like. We serve as a continuous resource, providing the peace of mind that comes from having the right pieces in place. For more information on day-to-day counseling visit our Day-To-Day Guidance page or click here.
Our years of representing our clients in litigation have provided a wealth of experience in defending and, where necessary to protect the company’s interests, bringing employment-related and commercial actions. We understand that representing a company well means not only applying the law; it means understanding from the start the company’s goals, hopes and expectations for the legal action. Together, we develop at the outset of any legal action a strategy that protects the company’s interests and captures its goals and expectations. Throughout the legal action, we partner to ensure that the strategy is continuing to protect the company and meet its goals. For more information on the types of matters on which we work, please visit our Litigation and Investigation pages.
Companies often have a legal obligation to investigate claims raised by their employees. Even where not legally required, through an independent investigation a company may avoid future legal action and protect itself in the event of future legal action. To learn more about the types of claims we investigate, please follow the link by clicking here.
Companies with 50 or more employees (including independent contractors, part-time employees, or temporary workers provided by staffing companies) are required to provide their managers with two hours of statutorily defined training on sexual harassment. Prudent employers train both managers and employees on preventing unlawful discrimination and harassment in the workplace. We have the “knowledge and expertise” the law requires for providing this training, along with years of experience that we apply to make the training practical and meaningful. To learn more about educating your workplace visit our Workplace Education & Training page or click here.
Along with statutorily required training, employers recognize the value of establishing clear expectations with employees and building management skill and awareness through education. Some potential training sessions may include the following and we may recommend additional training tailored to your specific needs:
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