Our employment law attorneys represent all types and sizes of employers. Tim Hutchinson has served as an adjunct professor for John Brown University where he taught employment law. Our attorneys defend and represent clients on employment issues including sensitive internal investigations, wage-hour compliance and litigation, hiring procedures, executive employment contracts, immigration, EEOC matters, restrictive covenants, policy manuals, personnel decisions, and compliance with Executive Order 11246 and its affirmative action requirements. The firm devotes itself to helping companies keep up with changing federal and state rules and regulations and conducts trainings, and audits of current personnel policies in efforts to prevent litigation and minimize liability, should litigation ensue. We also provide full-service consulting to our corporate clients regarding employment issues.
On January 5, 2023, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking prohibiting employers from imposing non-compete agreements on their workers. The proposed rule would not only make it illegal for an employer to enter or attempt to enter...