Advice And Counsel

In order to significantly reduce, and in many cases avoid altogether, the expense of litigation, we render advice and counsel to employers on the full range of employment law matters. The strength and depth of our practice is rooted in our ability to provide truly full service labor and employment law counseling. On an on-going Read More …

Waiting to Exhale: Handling Medical Marijuana in the Workplace

Sixteen states have recently enacted statutes legalizing the use of medical marijuana. What does this mean for employers and their policies that preclude drug use in in the workplace in adherence to federal criminal statutes? In this course, employment attorneys Ardra O’Neal and Natalie Johnson address this hot new employment law issue by focusing on Read More …

Employment Litigation

The O’Neal Firm, LLP assiduously defends employers in the full range of employment law matters, including lawsuits and administrative charges brought in federal and state courts alleging sexual harassment and discrimination based on race, age, disability, national origin, religion, gender, pregnancy, military status, sexual orientation, wrongful termination and retaliation. In addition to claims arising under Read More …

Preventative Training

The O’Neal Firm, LLP provides business owners, executives, managers and human resource professionals throughout the country comprehensive training on every aspect of labor and employment law. We regularly conduct workshops and seminars for management and supervisory employees in a variety of topics that include the full range of EEO compliance matters, including sexual harassment, anti-discrimination, Read More …

Employment Policies And Manuals

To function effectively, every work place needs appropriate policies, procedures, forms and record retention systems. Many policies and procedures are required by law. Other policies and procedures are an essential protection against lawsuits. In both cases, policies are needed to assure uniform treatment of employees — often critical to an employer’s defense against a lawsuit Read More …