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Cohen & Lord's experience litigating cases for employers in state and federal court include: cases alleging wrongful termination, wrongful demotion, constructive termination, defamation, unfair competition, discrimination (age, gender, race, national origin, disability, leave status, etc.), harassment (sexual, racial, etc.), retaliation, failure to accommodate, violation of leave statutes, violation of wage and hour statutes, breach of contract and other torts (fraud, interference with contract/prospective business advantage, emotional distress, assault and battery).

The firm's attorneys have experience in trying cases to a jury verdict, arbitrating claims, mediating claims (actual and potential), petitioning for enforcement of arbitration agreements, defending class actions, defending employers in administrative proceedings initiated by state and federal governments, prosecuting claims for injunctive relief, and obtaining injunctions to prevent employee violence, handling cases on appeal and filing petitions for California Supreme Court review.

  Cohen & Lord's experience includes counseling employers about various issues to prevent litigation, including: equal employment opportunity, reductions in workforce, wrongful termination, wage and hour disputes, trade secret protection, disability accommodation, leave of absence, defamation, policies and practices, employment agreements and forms, and employee classification. In addition, our attorneys can create, review and revise employee handbooks, policies and procedures, prepare arbitration, severance and other types of agreements, advise employers about employment issues in the context of a transfer of ownership, advise employers about how to investigate and remedy allegations of harassment and other workplace conduct and negotiate severance packages with departing employees.
 
 
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