Decisions about disability accommodations and employee leaves are rarely straightforward.

You face tough questions regarding whether accommodations are reasonable and what to do when employees no longer meet the requirements of their jobs. Our experienced employment lawyers advise you throughout every step of these difficult leave and accommodation issues to help you make informed, compliant decisions that best serve your organization.

We provide practical, efficient guidance to help untangle the web of intersecting laws, from the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) and Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), to state pregnancy accommodation and paid sick leave laws. We keep you informed about new developments, offering “how-to” advice about required notices, postings, and forms as well as calculating leave time, engaging in the interactive accommodation process, and updating your employee policies.

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12 Lawyers in Chambers USA 2020

12 lawyers recognized by Chambers USA 2020 in: Labor & Employment; Employee Benefits & Compensation; ERISA

Utah Business Diversity Award 2016 by UDC/SHRM

Salt Lake City office receives 2016 UDC Utah Business Diversity Award in the medium-sized business category - selected by Utah Diversity Connections (UDC) and the Salt Lake chapter of SHRM

25 Labor & Employment Best Lawyers® 2022

25 attorneys recognized in Best Lawyers® and Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch: Employment Law - Management; Employment Law - Individuals; Labor Law - Management; Litigation - Labor and Employment; Workers' Compensation Law - Employers


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