We Understand Business. We Understand You.
Our command of business disputes means we can help you when you have an employment matter. We have dealt with employee disputes at the highest and most visible levels in the country, including recent employee litigation involving several of the most prominent disputes in the NFL. We have also handled a wide variety of employment cases, including those involving trade secrets, confidentiality provisions and noncompete agreements.
More Than A Quarter Of A Century Of Employment Experience And Insights
Since 1989, our firm has positioned itself as a focused practice designed to assist sophisticated clients from across the nation with their most difficult legal disputes in Minnesota. By focusing ourselves accordingly, we have earned the respect of peers and clients alike.
For that reason, not only do executives and inside general counsel seek our services when their companies are facing unique and challenging employment issues, but our former colleagues at some of the largest firms refer their clients to us when they believe our style better suits their clients’ needs on a particular case.
What is our style? We have purposely structured our firm to emphasize long-term client relationships. In fact, it may very well be one of our former or current satisfied clients who have referred you to us now.
Clients who wish to work closely with their attorneys in a traditional client-adviser relationship seek our services at both the federal and state level with respect to a wide variety of employment matters or disputes, including, for instance:
- Employment discrimination
- Affirmative action
- Sexual harassment
- Employee benefits
- Whistleblower litigation
- Wrongful discharge
- FMLA (wage and hour disputes)
- Employment contracts
- Noncompete and other employee agreements
- Trade secret and other IP issues
- Investigations into various employee matters
We offer legal representation for our clients in and out of the courtroom. In addition, we regularly advocate for clients’ interests, for instance, in administrative matters. These administrative matters often find us in front of agencies such as the EEOC and the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.
Learn More About How We Can Promote Your Employment Law Interests
To discuss your circumstances and needs with us, we invite you to schedule an initial consultation with Berens & Miller, P.A.: 612-349-6171.