Ramsden, Marfice, Ealy & Harris, LLP

Employment Law

Our employment law attorneys assist employers with the defense of wrongful discharge/termination, discrimination, sexual harassment, hostile work environment, and wage dispute matters. We also review company policies and employee handbooks, advise on applicant selection procedures, and advise on compliance with employment laws such as the ADA, Title VII, and the ADEA.

IDAHO & WASHINGTON EMPLOYMENT law ATTORNEYS

Ramsden, Marfice, Ealy & Harris represents clients in a variety of employment matters. Our attorneys have significant experience counseling businesses on employment issues as well as defending employment claims. We have represented clients before the Human Rights Commission and the EEOC, and have defended employers in litigation before state, federal, and appellate courts. Employment litigation can cover a wide variety of claims, including:

  • Wrongful discharge/termination
  • Discrimination (age, race, sex, disability, national origin)
  • Sexual harassment
  • Hostile work environment
  • Wage disputes

In today's environment, the potential to become involved in costly litigation over employment matters is increasing. The attorneys at RMEH work with employers to develop employment policies and procedures that help prevent problems before they occur. These services include:

  • Reviewing, drafting, and updating employee handbooks, employment applications, and employment agreements
  • Reviewing and developing policies addressing workplace issues such as sexual harassment, employment discrimination, drug testing, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • Advising employers on how to develop and enhance applicant selection procedures
  • Negotiation of labor and management agreements

Ramsden, Marfice, Ealy & Harris can help employers avoid litigation, minimize their operating costs, and maintain a trouble-free work place. However, when litigation ensues, our employment law attorneys have the experience necessary to defend these claims in court.