Litigation Attorney, Mediator
Moss Legal Group helps employers of all sizes maintain competitive and productive, but also positive workplaces. We provide high quality labor & employment services in an efficient and professional manner.
We work with our clients to create policies and procedures that comply with federal and state labor laws and help reduce employee disputes. We ensure that these documents conform to legal requirements and reflect best practices.
We offer full-service labor and employment law advice designed to solve current issues and prevent future problems. We counsel clients on labor and employment issues as they arise, including hiring, employee classification issues, I-9 compliance, employment agreements, nondisclosure agreements, onboarding, time and attendance practices, wage issues, discipline, reductions in force, severance agreements, and termination. We manage internal corporate investigations and assist our clients in identifying issues and developing solutions to workplace concerns.
In addition to counseling and advising, we offer seminars and training for clients regarding various workplace issues. We closely monitor developments in federal and state law so that we are able to quickly provide our clients with accurate and timely counseling on these issues.
We defend clients against claims of unlawful discrimination, harassment, retaliation, civil rights violations, whistleblower violations, wrongful discipline and discharge, claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act, and other workplace claims against employers. We represent clients in investigations, audits, and proceedings before federal and state government agencies.
We understand that the best result is not always found in the courtroom, and we work with our clients to determine whether resolving issues early in order to reduce the costs and burdens of litigation is the best approach. If litigation arises, we provide comprehensive and aggressive representation in defending employers in litigation and administrative actions. We represent clients in both state and federal courts, and in administrative proceedings conducted by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Texas Workforce Commission, Immigration and Customs Enforcement Division, U.S. Department of Labor, National Labor Relations Board, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.