Labor and Employment Law Counsel in Phoenix, Arizona

Business & Nonprofit Counsel

Short on Staff and Budget? Leverage Your Resources

Employers face a steady stream of employment issues and ever-changing compliance requirements and need legal counsel. Yet, many do not have the internal resources to provide guidance as these issues arise, and budget constraints often prevent them from going to a large law firm for help.

Get Answers Quickly; Avoid the Red Tape of a Large Law Firm

As an experienced solo attorney, Jeff can offer direct contact and efficiencies to save you time and money. Jeff’s clients appreciate being able to call him directly so they can receive legal guidance and make informed business decisions in real time. You’ll get high-level counsel and support at a price that smaller businesses and nonprofits can afford.

Rely on Sound Advice Based on a Unique Combination of Legal and Business Experience

Legal issues are rarely black and white. In addition to deep experience as a consulting attorney, Jeff served for many years as an in-house corporate executive HR leader. Trusted partnerships with C-suite executives have forged practical problem-solving skills. Jeff’s approach is not, “No, you can’t do that.” Rather, it is “Let’s work together to find a solution that works for the business and is compliant with applicable law.”

An Executive MBA degree from Stanford further bolsters Jeff’s unique combination of legal and business credentials, making him a great resource to help you and your team make well-informed business decisions.

Put Jeff’s Recognized Experience Representing Nonprofits to Work for Your Organization

Jeff was recently honored with the Frances Perkins Award for Public Service by the American Bar Association Labor and Employment Section, recognizing his years of work on behalf of nonprofit organizations. Jeff’s knowledge of the operation of nonprofits can help your nonprofit organization manage through the maze of labor and employment laws and regulations.

Sometimes You Need Answers “In the Now,” as Well As “In the Know.”

Labor and employment law issues often require rapid resolution. Jeff knows that time is of the essence. Base knowledge from years of experience gives him the expertise to provide succinct answers, sometimes without extensive research or review.

If Your Challenges Include Any of the Following, Jeff’s Counsel Can Help

  • Employee discipline, including terminations
  • Severance
  • Policies and employee handbooks
  • Non-compete agreements
  • Disability and accommodations
  • Wage and hour, including overtime and minimum wage
  • Union organizing and protected activity
  • EEOC charges
  • Reductions in force
  • Medical marijuana
  • Drug and alcohol testing

Contact Attorney Jeff Brodin Today

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The materials provided in this web site are for informational purposes only and are not for the purpose of providing legal advice. Transmission of information from the Brodin HR Law web site is not intended to create, and its receipt by you does not create an attorney-client relationship with Brodin HR Law or Jeff Brodin.

If you elect to communicate with Brodin HR Law or Jeff Brodin through this web site or by email, do not transmit any information about any matter (and particularly not information you regard as confidential) that may involve you until the firm has agreed to represent you, and you have received confirmation of that fact in the form of a written engagement letter.

The information you transmit to Brodin HR Law and Jeff Brodin through this website will not be treated as confidential until the firm’s retention has been confirmed in a written engagement letter.

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Content Disclaimer

The materials provided in this web site are for informational purposes only and are not for the purpose of providing legal advice. Transmission of information from the Brodin HR Law web site is not intended to create, and its receipt by you does not create an attorney-client relationship with Brodin HR Law or Jeff Brodin.

If you elect to communicate with Brodin HR Law or Jeff Brodin through this web site or by email, do not transmit any information about any matter (and particularly not information you regard as confidential) that may involve you until the firm has agreed to represent you, and you have received confirmation of that fact in the form of a written engagement letter.

The information you transmit to Brodin HR Law and Jeff Brodin through this website will not be treated as confidential until the firm’s retention has been confirmed in a written engagement letter.

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Brodin HR Law Services

Workplace Investigations

  • Harassment
  • Whistleblower
  • Safety
  • Theft and fraud
  • Conflict of interest
  • Discrimination

Employment Law Counseling

  • Separations
  • Severance
  • Policies and procedures
  • Disability, Accommodation, Leaves and Return to Work
  • Medical Marijuana
  • Drug and alcohol testing
  • Union organizing and protected activity
  • Hiring process
  • Job performance
  • Non competes
  • Reductions in Force

HR Compliance Reviews

  • Wage and Hour/FLSA
  • Employee Handbook/Policies and Procedures
  • OFCCP requirements for federal contractors
  • I-9s and E-Verify

Representation Before Government Agencies

  • EEOC
  • NLRB
  • DOL
  • ACRD
  • DES

Training

  • Compliance
  • Sexual and Other Forms of Harassment
  • Disability and Accommodation
  • Employment Law for Managers
  • Ethics

Executive Employment & Severance Agreements

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