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Southwest Chicago Suburbs Law Firm for Employment Law

Southwest Chicago Suburbs Law Firm for Employment Law

The policies and regulations a company sets forth for its employees are imperative to handling disputes later on. We help companies establish these personnel policies, providing them with legal advice on employment issues, including:

  • Sex discrimination.
  • Sexual harassment.
  • Race discrimination.
  • Whistle blowing and retaliation.
  • Tortious interference/selling of trade secrets.
  • Contracts and noncompete agreements.
  • Breach of contract.
  • Interference with contractual relations.
  • Dismissal of employees.
  • Severance issues.
  • Municipal employment.

We help develop employment law for the public and private sectors, insurance law, shareholder law and trade secrets litigation among others. The lawyers at Kavanagh Grumley & Gorbold, LLC have handled hundreds of large-scale matters in state and federal court, including class actions and minority shareholder disputes.

We Represent Companies and Individuals

KG&G also represents individuals, providing legal advice to employees who have experienced a variety of difficulties on the job or have been fired from their jobs. We have represented employees in wrongful termination, wrongful discharge, harassment and more. Since we know employment law from both sides, we can make a case based on legalities and precedence.

Learn more about how the attorneys of KG&G can help you with commercial litigation.

The following attorneys practice in this area: Bryan W. Kopman, Paul J. Richards and Matthew W. Campbell.

Put our tradition of excellence in service behind your case. In the Joliet area and the southwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, call KG&G at 815-727-4511 or contact us online.

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