Employment Law


Employment Law

Bardazzi Law represents domestic and foreign clients, operating in the New York City area on employment matters.

We provide comprehensive representation with regard to employment-related transactions, which may involve the preparation, review and negotiation of employment agreements, termination and separation agreements, non-compete and confidentiality agreements, and in some cases the drafting or updating of employees’ handbooks setting forth company policies.

Our Firm may advise on compliance related to Family Medical Leave Act, overtime regulations, anti-harassment law, discrimination policies (such as the Americans Against Disability Act), and much more.

Bardazzi Law often serves as outside counsel for business entities overwhelmed with the handling of daily employee management activities and procedures. We work closely with corporate in-house HR managers and executives.

In addition, we offer formation courses specifically designed for executives and managers who are transferred to the U.S. from abroad. These courses are intended to bring executives and managers “up to speed” on all U.S. employment-related matters.

If you require assistance with any employment matters, contact Bardazzi Law at your earliest convenience to schedule a free and confidential consultation.We look forward to speaking with you.

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