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Outcome-Focused Employment Law Litigators

Felhaber Larson offers employers in every industry and domain creative, pragmatic representation that addresses the full spectrum of employment-related disputes. A recognized employment litigation power in Minnesota and throughout the Midwest, our employment litigation attorneys know how to drive success no matter the forum or claim. Whether in court, administrative proceedings, or arbitration, our lawyers use an experience-built array of settlement, motion, and trial tactics to help clients resolve employment disputes, minimize disruptions, and keep business goals on track.

Our 70+-year history in employment and labor law has given us a unique understanding of the challenges employment litigation involves—including the frustrations that accompany employment disputes that arise in spite of strong, existing preventative measures. When necessary, our trial-tested lawyers help employers take their cases before judges and juries and we have an impressive record of results that includes wins for employers facing claims of wrongful dismissal, harassment, and discrimination. But we also recognize when settlement or early dismissal provides the right way to reach client objectives. Our mastery across the range of available options means we can craft a strategy for each client that best meets their needs and goals. Of equal importance, we strive to help clients achieve that intended outcome in the most effective and efficient manner possible.

Felhaber Employment Litigation Experience

Together, our employment litigation attorneys provide clients with an extraordinary depth of experience and diversity of perspectives. As a result, we have earned a reputation for excellence across Minnesota and the Midwest in all facets of employment-related litigation, including the following specific areas:

AGENCY PROCEEDINGS

  • Administrative agency proceedings
  • EEOC
  • Department of Labor
  • Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED)
  • State and local fair employment practices agencies
  • Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP)
  • Workers compensation
  • OSHA investigations

STATE & FEDERAL LITIGATION

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