Morris & Morris PSC - Attorneys in DC, GA, IL, KY, MI, OH, PA, TX, TN, and VA
Whether on behalf of employers or on behalf of employees, the Employment Law Team at Morris & Morris provides detailed analysis and guidance related to Employment Agreements, Employee Handbooks, Employment Covenants, Post-Hire, Pre-Placement Functional Capacity Evaluations, and other hiring or termination-related agreements.
The Employment Law Team at M&M has conducted numerous forensic investigations, resulting in multi-million dollar recoveries, prison sentences, and institutional protection against Sexual Harassment claims. Whether protecting employees from an investigation, or conducting investigations on behalf of employers, the Employment Law Team at Morris & Morris provides the steady guidance necessary to protect its clients during these sensitive and difficult investigations.
Both Employers and Employees have entrusted their futures to the Employment Law Team at Morris & Morris. We have successfully defended numerous employees from enforcement of non-competition, non-solicitation, and non-disclosure agreements, including Declaratory Judgment Actions designed to protect employees prior to any lawsuit being filed against them by their prior employer.
We have also enforced hundreds of Employment Covenants on behalf of employers throughout the United States, including preserving Trade Secrets, Copyright Laws, Proprietary Information, Confidential Employer Records, and other protected interests. We have successfully obtained numerous Federal Temporary Restraining Orders precluding former employees from engaging in improper competition and disclosing confidential and proprietary data and documentation.
Both Employers and Employees utilize our extensive knowledge and skills in the drafting and review of severance agreements, termination documents, and end-of-relationship negotiations. Whether reviewing or negotiating a "golden parachute" contract for some of the nation's largest company's Board of Directors, to reviewing and implementing Reduction in Force (RIF) agreements for factories or businesses shuttered by COVID-19, our Employment Law Team has the specific knowledge and capabilities to protect our clients' interests in any end-of-employment situation.