Garvey Shearer Nordstrom PSC


Strategic Legal Counsel In Kentucky, Ohio And Indiana

Experienced Insight Into Employment Law Matters

Issues that arise in the workplace need to be addressed as efficiently and thoroughly as possible to avoid any disruption to your business. Having a knowledgeable employment law attorney on your side is beneficial, as they can protect your rights and advocate for you as an employer.

At Garvey, Shearer, Nordstrom, PSC, our skilled attorneys are here to provide the tailored representation employers need when facing legal challenges involving employees. We have an in-depth understanding of state and federal laws that govern how businesses operate.

Representing businesses of any size throughout Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana, our lawyers and staff are committed to resolving issues when they surface. However, our ultimate goal is to help companies limit their liability in employment disputes or avoid disputes altogether.

Employment Law Cases We Confidently Handle

With extensive government regulation of the workplace, employee disputes are a reality of owning a business. We confidently advise clients in a wide variety of labor and employment law situations, including:

  • Employment contracts
  • Wage and hour claims
  • Discrimination (age, disability, gender, pregnancy, race and other protected classifications)
  • Harassment and sexual harassment
  • Wage and hour claims, including unpaid overtime
  • Wrongful termination
  • Intellectual property
  • Whistleblowers
  • Issues involving the:
    • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
    • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
    • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
    • Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
    • Equal Pay Act

Noncompete Agreements

When separating from a business, an employee may be presented with and asked to sign a noncompete agreement. This contract bars the employee from working for certain types of businesses that may be in competition with the business they are leaving.

To ensure the noncompete agreement is not too strict or not too flexible, an attorney should review the document before it is presented or signed. Our firm represents employers or employees in noncompete agreement situations, negotiating the terms and ensuring the employee’s or employer’s rights are preserved.

Talk To Us About Your Case

Get started on the path to resolving your employment law issues and protecting your business. To learn more about how we can help you, get in touch with us and schedule a consultation. Call 859-308-1490 or contact us online.