Skillfully Defending Florida Employers
A serious employment law dispute has the potential to undermine both a company’s financial stability and its reputation. At Padgett Law, P.A., we focus on protecting our clients’ bottom lines and the goodwill they’ve worked so hard to build.
With more than 35 years of experience serving businesses in the Tampa Bay area and throughout Florida, we have the knowledge required to safeguard your interests. We defend employers in many different industries in a wide array of employment litigation cases, including claims of:
- Sexual harassment
- Discrimination based on race, age, gender, disability or other protected classes
- Retaliation or wrongful termination
- Hostile work environment
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) violations
- Unpaid wages, overtime or unemployment benefits
Litigation Involving Covenants Not To Compete
In addition to defending employers against retaliation claims, harassment claims and related issues, Padgett Law, P.A., has particular experience resolving disputes over non-compete and non-solicitation agreements. In these cases, we meticulously analyze the geographic scope, time limitations and specific language used in the agreement to help determine enforceability. We also advise employers about the various legal ramifications associated with violations of these agreements.
Did you know? As an employer, if you knowingly hire someone subject to a non-compete agreement with another company and allow him or her to violate that agreement, you may be sued for tortious interference and required to pay punitive damages. The employee, on the other hand, may only be sued for breach of contract. You have greater risk than the employee you hire.
We Provide Prompt, Responsive Service
At Padgett Law, P.A., we strongly believe that each client deserves focused, attentive and personalized service. When you retain us, you can expect your lawyer to be accessible and responsive to your concerns from day one until your case is resolved.
Our attorney will also take the time to clearly and thoroughly answer your questions so that you’re never left wondering about your legal rights or options. Call 813-302-1376 or send an email to set up an initial consultation today.