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Employment Law

HudsonParrottWalker knows that employment disputes can affect every business, no matter the industry. HudsonParrottWalker is committed to helping its clients avoid potential pitfalls through preventative counseling and the drafting of enforceable employment agreements that work to protect our clients and their businesses. If a dispute winds up in the courtroom, HudsonParrottWalker is experienced in defending a wide range of federal and state employment matters, including claims of sexual harassment, discrimination, and violation of federal regulations.

Representative Work

  • Defended employer against terminated employee's claims of disability discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act, interference with Family and Medical Leave Act rights, and Retaliation under the Family and Medical Leave Act. Prevailed on summary judgment for all claims.
  • Defended employer and supervisor against terminated employee's claims of hostile work environment based on sexual harassment, retaliation under Title VII, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Prevailed on summary judgment for all claims.
  • Defended employee against former co-worker's claim for tortious interference with a business relationship and other tort claims.
  • Represented employer against terminated employee's claims for violation of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act. Settled the case prior to filing of Charge of Discrimination for less than $5,000.00.
  • Represented current employer and its employees on claims of violation of the Trade Secrets Act and Restrictive Covenants Act brought by former employer. Settled the case prior to any injunction being entered by the Court and without any monetary damages.
  • Drafted state-specific employment agreements and severance agreements for a variety of clients, including contractors and medical professionals.

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HPW’s In-Depth Discovery Tactics Lead to Defeat of Counterclaim and $335,000 Consent Judgment
HPW’s conduct of discovery leads subcontractor’s sole officer to enter into a consent judgment holding him personally liable.
HPW Secures Dismissal of Suit Against Corporate Officer
Corporate officer is dismissed from suit after favorably ruling on HPW’s summary judgment motion.
HPW Reduces Contractor’s Liability to Less than 1%
Ruling on HPW’s summary judgment motion reduces city’s liability from $1.5 million to $12,000.
HPW Successfully Defends Employer in ADA Action
HPW’s defense of a large non-profit organization in a disability discrimination action leads to a successful resolution of the lawsuit.
HPW Attorneys Win Significant Appellate Victory
HPW wins a significant appellate victory where the Court of Appeals affirms a jury verdict of approximately $2 million.
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