Companies that hire and manage employees need efficient, clear legal guidance to keep employment matters from dragging down the operation. Thriving teams of motivated employees move your operations forward. A work force plagued with problems, on the other hand, can be a detriment to any business.

Even when things are going smoothly most of the time, employees sometimes present legal issues to resolve. When disputes arise, litigation may become necessary, as in cases of:

  • Employment-related breach of contract allegations
  • Allegations of discrimination and harassment
  • Wage and hour disputes
  • Non-compete agreement violations

Kay Griffin, PLLC, in Nashville represents local and regional companies in employment matters. The practice encompasses both administrative law and defense of wrongful termination, discrimination and harassment claims. The firm consults on drafting and negotiating employment agreements and independent contractor and severance agreements. Attorneys of the firm help clients file these claims with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and argue cases before state and federal courts.

In the area of employment law as in other commercial law matters, our lawyers' depth of experience speaks to our readiness to deliver the results you and your enterprise are looking for. We understand the importance of efficiency and resoluteness on the road to fulfillment of a case.

Get Answers And Help With Your Legal Challenges As An Employer

Our Nashville employment law attorneys have been named to numerous national and regional "best of" lists, including Super Lawyers, Best of the Bar and The Best Lawyers in America. We are well-prepared to help protect your rights and best interests in the face of employment-related legal problems at your workplace.

Visit us in our office in downtown Nashville or let us know if you need an on-site visit at your job location. Send an email message or call 615-742-4800 to schedule a consultation with a lawyer knowledgeable about your employment law issues in Tennessee.