We all depend on our jobs for emotional and financial stability. When problems arise in the workplace, the consequences often have far reaching impact. At Pearson Butler, we understand employment law and know how to pursue your employment law claims. But our approach doesn’t end with seeking compensation for wrongful terminations.
While we often resolve claims quickly, many cases take time. When that happens, we provide solutions to help you navigate the period of time you may be left without income. As a division of a larger firm, we coordinate closely with other professionals to provide financial advice and to manage and transition retirement accounts. We can also help to secure unemployment benefits, modify child support orders, pursue the protections of the bankruptcy code, and provide resources to assist with the anxiety and depression that often occurs during periods of unemployment.
Call (800) 265-2314 or contact the firm online to schedule an initial case consultation.
Legal Counsel for Employers at Affordable and Predictable Rates
Most of Pearson Butler’s Employment Law Clients are Employees. Regularly representing both sides of the isle uniquely positions us to provide advice that will help employers avoid claims or quickly and favorably resolve them for the company when they arise.
Pearson Butler provides part time in-house counsel on a regular basis to help your business anticipate and avoid employment law claims. When you work with the firm’s attorneys, they will take the time to learn and understand your business and can provide the effective legal advice you need to keep your business operating smoothly. At Pearson Butler, we understand how to help business owns avoid costly mistakes by ensuring legal compliance and counseling with your business when making tough legal decisions. In the event of a legal situation arises that can’t be avoided, we also provide vigorous defense to employers.
Pearson Butler’s Utah employment law attorneys can assist you with any area of labor or employment law:
- Discrimination laws
- Workplace investigations
- Wage and hour disputes
- Severance Agreements
- Non-compete and non-solicitation agreements
- Sexual harassment
- Wrongful termination
- Whistleblower laws
- Employee contracts
- Employee handbook and policy drafting
- Union related matters
Contact a Utah employment law attorney at the firm today.