The Bradley Law Firm counsels both employees and employers with their employment law issues. We advise our business and governmental clients with their employment day-to-day policies and procedures and aggressively defend our clients in litigation.
We also represent employees who suffer adversely from employment rights violations—whether sexual harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation, violations of wage and hour laws, or any of the federal or state specialized laws that apply to specific industries, jobs or employment situations.
Please contact our office at 409-724-6644 or 1-800-830-6785 for a consultation.
Noncompetition and Trade Secret Protections:
We assist our clients in protecting their confidential trade secrets by drafting employment agreements that limit post-employment interference and, when appropriate, competition. We also assertively defend cases brought to enforce noncompetition and other restrictive covenants.
The Bradley Law Firm has the privilege of providing union representation to union workers in a wide range of industries. The Bradley Law Firm represents members of Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas (CLEAT), assisting peace officers and other union members during critical incidents and investigations, and administrative or criminal matters relating to employment as law enforcement officers.
Discrimination, Wage and Hour, and Federally Protected Leave:
For the Employee:
Texas is an employment-at-will state which allows employers and employees to terminate an employment relationship whenever either one wants without advance notice or reason–but only if no other laws are violated. Both prospective job applicants and employees have certain rights and freedoms from discrimination during the job application process and during employment, such as the freedom from discrimination or harassment based on their age, color, sex, race, national origin or disabilities.
The Bradley Law Firm has substantial experience representing clients who suffer adversely from employment rights violations—whether sexual harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation, violations of wage and hour laws, or any of the federal or state specialized laws that apply to specific industries, jobs or employment situations. We focus our employment law practice on handling cases that primarily involve the following Texas state and federal areas of employment law: Workers Compensation Retaliation, Noncompete agreements, Title VII, ADEA, ADA, FMLA, FLSA, § 1981 and § 1983.
For the Employer:
Our experience in representing employees provides an unprecedented insight when it comes to counseling our corporate and governmental clients. We will help our clients proactively stay abreast of employment law developments, as well as assist with developing and implementing employment policies and procedures. If a client is involved in litigation, the Bradley Law Firm has the experience to aggressively advocate at all stages of litigation—from the EEOC investigation to trial.