You have to cope with a frustrating array of state, federal and local employment laws and regulations, and sometimes it’s enough to make you feel dizzy. When you hire FBFK, you’re getting attorneys who will do more than manage the red tape.
We’ll guard your secrets and your success by:
Creating enforceable noncompete and nondisclosure agreements
Identifying methods for protecting your confidential information and trade secrets
Creating a custom report outlining how your organization can reduce litigation exposure
We will also defend you in actions involving:
Discrimination and retaliation under the Civil Rights Act and Title VII
ADA – The Americans With Disabilities Act
ADEA – The Age Discrimination in Employment Act
ERISA – Employment Retirement Income Securities Act
FCRA – The Fair Credit Reporting Act
FLSA – The Fair Labor Standards Act
FMLA – The Family and Medical Leave Act
WARN – The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act
The Texas Labor Code
Workers’ compensation plans and nonsubscriber compliance
Our Employment Law Team
News & Events
Richard Spencer, who was recently reappointed as a Director for the Texas Bar College, reviews some of the most notable bills that were recently signed into law by Governor Greg Abbott.
Axos Financial, Inc. (NYSE: AX) (“Axos” or the “Company”), parent of Axos Bank (the “Bank”), announced the election of Stefani Carter as an independent director of the Board of Directors of the Company and the Bank, effective August 31, 2021. Ms. Carter has extensive legal, corporate governance, commercial real estate, and public board experience.
Historically an employer-friendly state, Texas will recently experienced some unexpected changes that warrant close attention by employers. In a remarkable move, Texas Governor Greg Abbott recently signed two new bills into law, SB 45 and HB 21, that will expand employee protections pertaining to sexual harassment in the workplace.
Unfortunately, the Texas’ mechanic’s lien statutes are unnecessarily complicated and contain many traps for the unwary. Recently enacted House Bill 2237, however, provides some much-needed relief for subcontractors as well as for architects, engineers and surveyors but still leaves in place the basic statutory scheme