Employment Law

Employment Law

Jordan Kaplan specialize in employment law, offering valuable advice and counsel to help clients maintain compliance with employment regulations. If you are in the construction industry in Colorado, it is important to be aware of some of the unique challenges that you may face.

One of the most common issues in the construction industry is the proper classification of employees and independent contractors. Misclassifying workers can lead to legal liability and penalties. It is important to understand the legal distinctions between the two and ensure compliance with the law.

The construction industry can also be a high-risk environment with potential hazards and injuries. Ensuring compliance with OSHA regulations and other workplace safety laws is critical to avoiding costly litigation and penalties.

Working with an experienced employment attorney can help construction companies avoid misclassifying employees and violating employment regulations. An attorney can help you navigate the employment regulations and develop policies and procedures to keep you in compliance with the law. They can also provide guidance on handling disputes or claims if they arise.

Our labor and employment team has experience in offering valuable advice and counsel to help clients navigate through employment regulations and avoid unnecessary litigation.  Our team focuses on preventing litigation by advising clients on sound practices relating to policies and training and preparing employee handbooks and agreements.  When litigation is unavoidable, our team has extensive experience in handling state and federal litigation from all areas of labor and employment law including the following:

  • Discrimination and harassment claims relating to age, race, religion, gender, disability, national origin, and sexual orientation
  • Wage and hour disputes relating to alleged violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
  • Wrongful termination and retaliatory discharge claims
  • Claims relating to alleged violations of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
  • Claims relating to alleged violations of the Americans with Disability Act (ADA)
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance
  • Non-competition agreements

At HHMR, we understand the unique challenges that the construction industry faces. Our attorneys are committed to providing clients with the best possible legal counsel and representation to help them protect their business. Contact us to learn more about our employment law services and how we can help you avoid costly legal disputes.

To learn more about our firm, call or e-mail us today to schedule a meeting with a member of our team