For more than 20 years, employers in the Dubuque area have relied on Kane, Norby & Reddick, P.C., to protect them against liability, resolve disputes and protect their financial health.
At Kane, Norby & Reddick, P.C., our firm has one goal: protecting employers against liability. Our attorneys draft bylaws, internal human resource policies, employment contracts, noncompete agreements and severance packages, and provide advice regarding employee benefit policies with this goal forefront in our minds. In the event a dispute arises, clear, concise job descriptions and internal policies provide employers with a strong defense.
Our firm is immersed in the local business landscape. We provide employers with valuable insight into upcoming changes in their industries, ensure they are in compliance with changing state and federal laws, and position them to take advantage of future business opportunities.
Federal and state regulatory agencies — such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) — pose many restrictions on employers. Our firm helps employers develop policies and practices that ensure they are in compliance with applicable regulations. We also represent employers during investigations by regulatory agencies and perform internal investigations to determine whether employers are compliant.
Protecting Employers During Disputes
When disputes erupt between employers and employees, money, time and reputations are on the line. At Kane, Norby & Reddick, P.C., our lawyers have a proven track record of success in the courtroom. We are experienced, aggressive litigators. We use every legal tool at our disposal to protect employers’ rights, resolve disputes efficiently, save our clients’ time and money, and protect their corporate goodwill.
Our experience includes litigating the following types of employment disputes:
- Discrimination claims
- Noncompete agreement violations
- Unfair employment practices
- Theft of trade secrets
- Retaliation claims
- Alleged OSHA violations
We also represent individual corporate officers and directors during employment law disputes.