Labor Law

Labor law or Employment law is the body of laws administrative rulings and precedents which addresses the legal rights of and restrictions on workers and their organizations. As such it mediates many aspects of the relationship between trade unions employers and employees.

 

Labor laws typically deal with employer-union relationships. Employment laws typically deal with employer-employee relationships.

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Whether you are an employer or an employee Labor laws in U.S.A. are well defined to protect everybody’s rights. Be it the matter of hiring or firing or any other issues that may arise in an organization or with an individual working in contract we cover all labor related issues.

Some of the issues covered under labor law are:

  • Labor Relations and Practices
  • Wage and Hour Regulations Generally
  • Working Conditions Generally
  • Child Labor
  • Regulation of Mines
  • Injury or Death of Employees Generally
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Employment Security
  • Employment Offices and Agencies
  • Employment of Children in Entertainment Industry.
  • Conservation.
  • Voluntary Program for Drug-free Workplaces
  • Strikes
  • Pickets
  • Boycotts
  • Unofficial industrial action
  • Trade unions and their members
  • Hours of labor and holidays

This list mentioned above is only suggestive and not exhaustive.

If you are facing any problem and think they can be covered under labor law do contact us. We have extensive network of attorneys and have our presence in your locality too. No matter which part of U.S. you are in we provide our services to people across the nation.

You just fill in the form and we connect you to the top lawyer of your area who will offer you customized services at the rate of less than a dollar per day.

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