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HR Legal Services | Business & Employment Lawyer in Baltimore & DC
Quinn Patton, formerly the Quinn Law Group, provides HR legal services to businesses based in Maryland and Washington D.C. Employment litigation can be expensive. Our HR Legal Services help companies to stay in legal compliance and ensure their policies meet employment law standards.
Why Business Owners Should Take Steps to Protect Themselves from Employment Lawsuits
Employment lawsuits have increased by more than 400% during the past 20 years, according to Bloomberg Law.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) received 67,448 charges of workplace discrimination in 2020 and obtained $439.2 million through settlements and litigations. This is in addition to lawsuits filed and won by employment attorneys.
A Superior Court jury awarded $6 million in damages to an employee back in 2018 for being fired after returning to work upon a medical leave caused by a workplace incident.
Quinn Patton's Affordable HR Legal Services Can Prevent Costly Litigation
HR Legal Services provides businesses with a strategic advantage. While HR professionals often do a good job of hiring and coordinating, they are not lawyers. Having an employment attorney available to answer questions, create documents, handle terminations, and audit your policies can help you to:
Protect your career
Protect your company
With an HR Legal Services contract through Quinn Patton, you will:
Have a dedicated attorney
Get your questions answered quickly
Eliminate unpredictable legal fees
Spend less per hour than engaging an employment attorney on an hourly basis
Have you received a demand letter or been sued? We can respond & negotiate on your behalf.
Prevent future lawsuits by making sure your policies & practices meet current legal requirements.
Protect your business future by signing the right contract today. We offer employment & business contract services.
We have sued some of the biggest organizations in the world. Hire us to file or defend a lawsuit in state or federal court.
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