Labor Laws litigation handled by an Employment Lawyer encompasses a variety of case types. These disputes may involve an employer or an employee. The need may arise at the start of employment, such as at the contract stage involving terms, conditions, confidentiality and non-compete matters. As well, issues can arise during the employment stage, and even thereafter. For example, non compete and confidentiality clauses often require assistance from an employment attorney either at the drafting stage, or when there is the possibility of litigation to enforce or contest the validity of the non compete agreement.
Brian Battaglia has handled employment litigation and labor laws litigation in state and federal court, and disputes that were resolved through binding arbitration. Brian Battaglia has represented private employers as well as public and private employees in employment and labor law disputes, including non-compete and trade secret litigation, retaliation claims, harassment claims, breach of employment contract claims, wage and hour claims, grievances and claims involving collective bargaining agreements.
Labor Laws | Advice | Training
Brian Battaglia is also available to provide training and advice concerning operational and regulatory issues that affect the workplace on a daily basis. Brian has handled many cases involving employment and labor issues and has represented clients in a variety of matters in the Circuit Court, the District Court of Appeal, and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. Brian also earned a Certificate in Negotiating and Mediating Employment Disputes at the University of South Florida Conflict Resolution Collaborative.
Employment Lawyer | Labor Laws | Areas of Practice:
- Employment Contract and Document Review
- Employer Regulatory Compliance
- Workplace Investigations and Audits
- Non-compete and Confidentiality Agreements
- Severance Package Document Review
- Sexual Harassment
- Unemployment Compensation Issues and Appeals
- Whistleblower Actions
- Wrongful Termination
- Employment Contract Claims
- Wage and Hour Issues
- Representation in Grievance Proceedings
- Labor Arbitration