Labor and Employment Law

Timoney Knox’s Labor and Employment Law Group is dedicated to assisting our clients, whether individual employees or large corporations, with all of their labor and employment law issues.  We provide employers and employees with successful, practical, and cost-effective solutions to meet their unique needs.

Our practice encompasses all areas of labor and employment law, including counseling management to ensure compliance with federal, state and local laws governing employer and employee relations in matters which include employment policies and practices, terminations, and disability leave. We also handle matters involving negotiation, preparation and enforcement of employment agreements, severance agreements and restrictive covenants.

We defend employers in lawsuits and administrative proceedings for claims of employment discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation, civil rights violations, employment torts, denial of employment benefits and other employment-related issues.

Employees also retain our services as well, often for assistance and advice on issues such as workplace conflict and terminations, discrimination claims associated with national origin, religion, sex, age or disability, wage and hour disputes, harassment in the work place, workplace safety issues, class action litigation, pension and salary negotiations, non-competition and non-disclosure agreements.

No matter how big or small the matter, we are always accessible to our clients, placing their financial realities and long-term interests first and foremost.

Services Offered

  • Age, gender, race, national origin or religious Discrimination litigation
  • Employee grievances
  • ERISA litigation
  • Free speech protections
  • Non-competition enforcement
  • Severance and non-compete agreements
  • Social media in the workplace
  • Unemployment compensation appeals
  • WARN Act litigation
  • Wrongful discharge/termination
  • Americans with Disabilities Act claims
  • Employment contracts
  • Family and Medical Leave Act issues
  • Handbook and policy preparation
  • Salary and wage disputes
  • Sexual harassment in workplace
  • Trade secret enforcement
  • Violence in workplace
  • Whistleblower litigation

Please contact a member of our Labor and Employment Law Group for more information about our practical and cost-effective approach to employer-employee conflicts.

Practice Attorneys

MacAneney Head

John J. McAneney

p. 215-540-2635
Email JMcAneney@timoneyknox.com
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Scott H. Wolpert

p. 215-540-2656
Email SWolpert@timoneyknox.com
Christine M. O'Brien

Christine M. Gordon

p. 215-540-2641
Email CGordon@timoneyknox.com

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