An employment litigator is the best person to update handbook, policies, procedures, forms and agreements because s/he is regularly litigating employment issues that they then include in their template handbooks, agreements and forms.  Because policies, procedures, processes and agreements governing the use of technology, devices, and non-public electronically stored information are prevalent in employment litigation, an employment litigator who regularly confronts these issues is in the best position to counsel employers in these critically important areas.

Given the importance of compliance, we offer both reduced fees and flat-rate packages in connection with this type of work.