Are you being investigated by the government?
Have you been contacted by investigators from Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Justice Department, Department of Labor (DOL) and Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), or the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP)? Did the investigator tell you that they are investigating your business for violating Federal law?
We handle all levels of investigations by governmental agencies. We don’t let the government bully businesses owners. In handling government investigation, we are firm, diplomatic and get to closing the investigation without findings of violation, big penalties, or fines.
Do you need advice on employment law for your business?
Labor and employment law is a niche field. Only a well trained and seasoned attorney can get a good read of the situation and give good advice. In addition to litigation related matters, we assists and counsels our clients, in the negotiation and drafting of executive employment, non-disclosure, non-competition and severance agreements. We show business owners how to follow immigration law, wage and hour laws, and employment law. We counsel clients regarding employee raiding issues, and help employers in protecting confidential information upon the departure of key employees.
Are you being sued for discrimination?
Tran Law Firm represents businesses in employment-related matters. We want to fix things from within the organization. There have been countless times where we see things in employment lawsuits that could have been prevented or remedied had the organization simply received the correct legal advice.
We litigate at all levels of federal and state courts and regularly represent clients before the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and other governmental agencies. Representative matters handled by our attorneys include: (i) job discrimination matters arising under Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Equal Pay Act, and the Texas Commission on Human Rights Act; (ii)representation during investigations conducted by the EEOC; (iii) overtime matters arising under the Fair Labor Standards Act; (iv) issues involving the Family and Medical Leave Act; (v) consulting regarding ERISA benefit issues, as well as suits to recover wrongly denied ERISA benefits; (vi) breach of contract; and (vii) representation before the Texas Workforce Commission. The Firm also represents clients in enforcing non-competition agreements and with the protection of proprietary trade secrets.