WE PROVIDE A WIDE RANGE OF LEGAL SERVICES TO HELP
YOU AND YOUR BUSINESS STAY IN COMPLIANCE.
NFC attorneys have litigated thousands of cases and handled appeals at all levels in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies, including:
NFC’s instructor-led training programs can lead to a more successful business environment by developing the client’s knowledge and skill-set and teaching critical strategies to avoid situations that lead to problems in the workplace or to litigation.
Every day in the workplace complex situations arise involving proper hiring procedures, effective performance management, lawful termination procedures, assisting with employees with disabilities, and countless others. NFC attorneys can help you navigate these difficult issues and develop strategies to resolve them without litigation:
Effective policies, procedures, forms and record-keeping systems are critical to protect your business. We ensure that our clients have the necessary policies and procedures in place to enhance their compliance and minimize risk.
Benefits and compensation are an ever-changing and heavily regulated area. We provide an array of legal and consulting services to assist clients in this area.
We have deep expertise in executive compensation and retirement, fringe benefit and welfare benefit plans.
A prompt and thorough independent investigation allows you to make informed decisions, reducing the likelihood of litigation and significantly limiting your liability. NFC attorneys are highly skilled and experienced investigators who can assist in addressing sensitive workplace issues.
NFC handles all aspects of labor matters, including negotiation of collective bargaining agreements, arbitration of grievances, union avoidance training and pension fund withdrawal liability.
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