When litigating employment disputes, we work closely with each employer to define the desired outcome of the dispute, including potential impacts to the workforce and the business.

We evaluate every case up front to assess whether litigation is the best strategy or if mediation, arbitration, or settlement would produce the optimum resolution. Throughout the case, we maintain clear lines of communication so clients can effectively monitor costs, risks, and reduce the distraction to their operations.

Our team of dedicated employment litigators handle the full spectrum of employment claims that can be asserted in virtually every forum, including federal and state courts, appellate courts, administrative agencies, regulatory hearings, and alternative dispute resolution settings.

Our team draws on years of employment-focused experience to expose the weaknesses of allegations through discovery. We aggressively pursue pretrial motions and routinely succeed in dismissing claims at the summary judgement stage, so clients avoid spending significant amounts on protracted litigation and trial.

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13 Employment Litigation Best Lawyers® 2019

Michael Beaver: Best Lawyers 2019 “Lawyer of the Year”: Litigation - Labor and Employment, Denver
Cecilia Romero: Best Lawyers 2019 “Lawyer of the Year”: Litigation - Labor and Employment, Salt Lake City
13 attorneys recognized in 2019 Best Lawyers in: Litigation - Labor and Employment

14 Lawyers in Chambers USA 2018

14 lawyers recognized by Chambers USA 2017 in: Labor & Employment; L&E: Employee Benefits & Compensation; L&E: ERISA

Top 20 Lawyer: Traditional Labor & Employment Law Since 2016

Steven Gutierrez: Top 20 lawyer in area of Traditional Labor & Employment Law by Lawdragon since 2016

3 Fellows: College of Labor and Employment

Lois Baar
Bradley Cave
John Husband

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