Employment, Benefits and Labor

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At Briggs and Morgan, we have shaped our labor and employment practice to address the immediate and long-range needs of our clients, respectfully aiming for the continued success of both company and personnel. Our services are divided into several areas, including employment law counseling, employment law litigation, employee benefits and labor law.

Competitive businesses need to attract and retain a high-quality work force. Briggs’ labor and employment law attorneys help clients establish and enforce strong, fair and practical employment policies that are not only in compliance with the law, but also support positive employee relations and manage litigation risk. We assist in recognizing laws that protect employees and impose obligations, while aiming to minimize litigation risk.

Our attorneys work with personnel of every level, from company owner and manager to in-house counsel or the human resources department. We provide timely and practical assistance on a variety of human resources and labor issues, offering clients trusted business advice for resolving the most pressing organizational issues.

In an effort to keep clients updated on labor and employment issues, Briggs and Morgan labor and employment attorneys host complimentary briefings that address current issues in the workplace. Our firm also publishes labor and employment alerts, which are timely bulletins that include information on legislative and case law changes, new developments in labor and employment law, and tips on how to respond to changes. Many members of this section are frequent lecturers at seminars for attorneys and personnel professionals.

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Our blog, Minnesota Employer, is intended to provide practical employment law information concerning federal and state employment laws for Minnesota employers. Posts discuss employment issues, litigation, legislation and other matters that have an impact on employers.

Minnesota Employer – Employment Law Blog