We assist employers in all industries with a full range of traditional labor law issues, such as:
Wage and hour issues and investigations
Fair Labor Standards Act compliance and litigation
Union avoidance and labor relations strategy
National Labor Relations Board practice
Arbitrations of labor disputes
Day-to-day employment decisions
- Employee relations audits and assessments
We represent employers in a wide variety of employment law matters, including:
Defending discrimination claims (race, sex, age, disability, handicap, religion, and similar protected categories)
Negotiating and drafting employment agreements
Drafting, defending and prosecuting non-competition agreements, no solicitation agreements, trade secret agreements, and non-piracy provisions
Defending wrongful termination claims
Drafting employee handbooks, employment policies, and work rules
Defending Family and Medical Leave Act claims
Defending unemployment compensation claims
Defending claims of ERISA violations, as well as violations of employee benefit plans and executive compensation plans
A non-competition agreement can be a valuable tool to protect a business interest, whether you are protecting an existing business or buying one. Non-competition clauses are commonly included in employment contracts, sale agreements and shareholder agreements. A well-drafted non-competition agreement may mean the difference between the success or failure of a business. The difficulty with these agreements comes in their enforceability. The clauses receive additional judicial scrutiny, and there are occasions when courts will not enforce these kinds of agreements.
That is why you need experienced attorneys to assist you in drafting and enforcing non-competition agreements. Our attorneys have extensive experience representing employers, companies, shareholders, and individual employees in these cases.
Our attorneys represent employers, insurers, and third party administrators in worker’s compensation matters throughout Indiana. We pride ourselves in providing our clients with an early evaluation of each case, which allows us to resolve cases efficiently and effectively, including taking cases to hearing where appropriate.
This manual is not intended to be a substitute for legal advice or an exhaustive treatise. For additional information, clarification, fact-specific advice or updates as Indiana law continues to change and evolve, please contact our offices. We appreciate each opportunity to serve you.
Our Firm provides representation in connection with all forms of employee benefit plans, including:
tax-qualified plans, such as 401(k) plans, profit-sharing plans, money purchase pension plans, defined benefit plans, simplified employee pension plans, employee stock ownership plans, and individual retirement account/annuity documents;
non-qualified deferred compensation plans, such as Section 457 plans, and other executive compensation plans; and
welfare benefit plans, such as cafeteria plans and self-insured medical reimbursement plans.
Riley Bennett Egloff assists clients in the selection, design, drafting and implementation of these plans, either as individually designed plans for specific employers, or as prototype plans for banks, insurance companies, investment firms and trade associations. The Firm also drafts supporting documents and forms for these plans, assists with the Internal Revenue Service qualification process, and provides consultation regarding reporting, disclosure, administrative, fiduciary and other regulatory matters.
In addition, the Firm represents management, plan fiduciaries, and employee benefit plans themselves in employee benefits audits, agency proceedings and litigation.