Small Business Employment Law Representation
Adam J. Conti, LLC, is uniquely qualified to represent small businesses in all aspects of employment and labor law. Adam Conti spent the first 12 years of his legal career with two nationally recognized labor law firms. During this period Adam served as lead counsel on a broad range of employment law matters, including lawsuits in Federal and state courts, unfair labor practice and representation cases before the National Labor Relations Board, unemployment compensation and discrimination charges before administrative tribunals, labor arbitrations and mediations. In addition Adam drafted employment policies, conducted supervisor and management training and advised employers on a wide array of employment related matters on a recurrent basis. The employers Adam represented ranged from Fortune 100 companies to small businesses. In performing these duties Adam gained the respect and confidence of in-house counsel, human resources managers and operating executives.
Since forming Adam J. Conti, LLC, in 1997, Adam has continued to represent small businesses in all aspects of labor and employment matters. Adam’s big firm experience, his MBA and his over ten years’ tenure as a small business owner enable him to represent small businesses and counsel employers from a truly unique perspective. His firm’s size and efficiency ensure quality employer representation at a substantially lower cost than large corporate law firms, national employment law firms or even local boutique employment law firms. In addition, the firm’s experience in representing employees provides a plaintiff’s perspective that defense firms lack. This perspective enables the firm to more fully understand plaintiff’s litigation tactics and objectives and to provide a more effective defense to employment claims. In addition, representing both parties to the employment relationship provides a fuller understanding of the underlying causes of employment disputes and often leads to more creative and more productive resolution of work place disputes. Finally, the firm is always cognizant of the small business owner’s need to minimize litigation fees and achieve cost effective resolutions of employment disputes.
The firm represents small businesses is all aspects of employment law including:
- Employment discrimination charges and lawsuits
- Employment contract formulation and litigation
- Non-compete agreements, restrictive covenants and confidentiality agreements
- Wage and hour disputes
- Employee compensation
- Workers’ compensation claims
- Unemployment claims
- Employee handbook and employment policy formulation
- Supervisor and management training in employee law and employee relations
- Mediation and arbitration of employment disputes
- Counseling employers on all aspects of employee and labor relations
Small businesses will find the firm to be a receptive, responsive and efficient asset in dealing with the many legal issues that arise in the contemporary workplace.