- Class and Collective Actions Under the Employment Laws
- Contract Preparation & Negotiation
- Covenants Not to Compete and Trade Secret Litigation
- Employee Leave Under the FMLA, ADA and Workers’ Compensation Law
- Employment Agreements and Handbooks
- Employment Litigation and Counseling
- ERISA & Employee Benefits
- Government Agency Investigations (EEOC, DOL, OSHA and DOE)
- Harassment Counseling and Litigation
- Internal Investigations
- Labor Management Relations
- Medical Marijuana & Industrial Hemp
- Post-Merger Integration
- Surveillance in the Workplace
- Wage & Hour
- Workers’ Compensation
- Workforce Training
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Michelle M. Kaemmerling
Little Rock, AR
Michelle is committed to helping businesses navigate all issues that arise under employment laws, many of which can significantly impact a company’s reputation, culture and financial success. Her focus is on practical advice tailored to each client’s specific firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more
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Little Rock, AR
Stuart is one of the most highly regarded employment attorneys in Arkansas, whose focus as of late has been on pandemic-related employment issues (including vaccine mandates), managing medical and potentially recreational marijuana in the Arkansas workplace and defending collective and class actions under the Fair Labor Standards Act and the Arkansas Minimum Wage Act.email@example.com Learn more
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Our attorneys regularly train managers and employees on a full range of employment issues. Training topics include discrimination/harassment, wage and hour issues, accommodations, medical leave, interviewing/hiring, documentation requirements and Arkansas’s medical marijuana law. Implicit bias training is also available, which has been of growing interest to companies whose employees regularly interface with the public.