Phone: 303-221-5599

Accomplished Colorado Employment Disputes Lawyer

Thirty years ago, it was common for employees to spend their entire careers with the same employer. In today's labor market, however, employees are more likely to switch jobs. If you run a business, you must be prepared to respond to employee turnover. If you work for a business, you must be prepared to protect your most valuable asset — yourself.

In today's competitive marketplace, businesses can expect their competitors to try to entice employees away. If your company does not have an effective non-compete agreement in place, you may lose your strategic advantage — your ideas and methods — to your competitors.

If you work for a business, you may be asked to sign an agreement that unduly restricts your ability to make a living.

To learn more about non-compete agreements or to discuss an employment dispute with an experienced attorney, contact Feder Law Firm in Denver. Our telephone number is 303-221-5599.

Employment Dispute Attorneys: Handling Contract Breaches

An employment contract governs the employer's and employee's respective rights and obligations. When a current or former employee violates this agreement, the employer may seek damages and perhaps an injunction. When an employer violates the agreement, the employee may have rights to enforce as well.

At Feder Law Firm, our job is to evaluate your agreement and make sure your rights are protected. Our employment dispute practice revolves around the idea of taking the legal load off the company's or employee's shoulders. We handle all phases of the dispute, from negotiations to mediation, arbitration, or trial. This lets you focus on running your company or doing your job.

Our employment dispute practice includes:

  • Non-compete agreements
  • Trade secrets
  • Injunctions and temporary restraining orders
  • Executive buy-outs
  • Commission, wages, compensation issues
  • Liability issues
  • Breach of employment contracts

Resolving Employment Disputes: Mediation, Arbitration, Court Action

At Feder Law Firm, we represent both employees and employers. Although we often employ mediation and arbitration as first courses of action, we will take cases as far as necessary to enforce or defend your rights.

Contact Us if you're involved in an employment dispute.