Employment and labor relations experts.
Milman Labuda Law Group offers a full-service Employment Law practice that is focused on counseling, preventive advice and training, policy and procedure design, representation before administrative agencies, litigation, and appeals. Milman Labuda Law Group is engaged solely in the representation of management in the field of employment and labor relations. Our attorneys have complex litigation expertise and have handled many employment and other class action and collective action cases, as well as restrictive covenant cases. In addition to these capabilities, our attorneys are experienced in advising clients regarding ERISA and benefits law, discipline and discharge, wage and hour, workplace privacy, internal investigations, employee handbooks/manuals, employment agreements, medical leave policies and practices, drug and alcohol abuse, as well as other legal issues arising in the workplace. Our attorneys also represent employers that are unionized, including defense of unfair labor practice charges, assistance with collective bargaining, grievance arbitration, and strike planning and defense. The firm is committed to providing effective solutions to complex labor and employment law issues. The hallmark of the firm's employment and labor law practice is preventive counseling. We advise our clients on a continuing basis to assist them in the developing and implementing of sound personnel practices to insure compliance with the law and to avoid costly litigation. Milman Labuda Law Group represents a diverse range of clients throughout the United States. We operate efficiently either locally or nationally without compromising our commitment to service. Our depth of experience in labor and employment law has produced a successful track record for our clients. Milman Labuda Law Group traces its origins back to 1962. Although the size and scope of our practice has grown over the past half century, our core values remain constant. We are committed to personalized attention, innovative solutions and old-fashioned hard work. Our approach to providing clients with the resources to solve today's labor and employment challenges is always forward-thinking and strategic. We remain committed to providing our clients an insider's view of the workplace issues of the day. We limit our practice to labor and employment law because we believe it enables our attorneys to offer clients the best solutions more promptly and economically than the general practice firm. We pride ourselves in our ability to provide the same high quality legal services that clients expect from larger firms but at more reasonable rates. Our size permits personal involvement in each matter we handle while avoiding the unnecessary costs associated with multiple attorney reviews and conferences.
3000 Marcus Ave., Ste. 3W8
Lake Success NY 11042
Milman Labuda's attorneys have extensive experience representing clients in the ever-growing list of employment-related issues, including:
Affirmative Action Alternative Dispute Resolution Americans with Disabilities Act Background Investigations Class/Collective Actions Civil Rights Litigation COBRA Collective Bargaining Compensation Contracts Disabilities Discrimination Diversity in the Workplace Drugs and Alcohol in the Workplace Employee Benefits Employee Privacy Rights Employment Contracts Employment Litigation Equal Employment Opportunity ERISA Family and Medical Leave Act Government Contractors Harassment Claims and Investigations Business Immigration Law Independent Contractor Issues Labor-Management Relations Live Training Programs Management Training Seminars Mediation and Arbitration National Labor Relations Board Negotiations Non-Competition Agreements Personnel Policies and Handbooks Plant Closing and Reductions in Force Railway Labor Act Retaliation Claims Sexual Harassment Temporary Employee and Employee Leasing Unfair Labor Practice Charges Unemployment Claims Unemployment and Disability Benefits Unfair Competition and Non-Compete Litigation Union Avoidance Training Union Election Campaigns Wage and Hour Workers' Compensation Workplace Safety and Health Workplace Violence Prevention Plans Wrongful Discharge
Admitted: 1988, New York and U.S. District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
Law School: St. John's University - Jamaica, NY, J.D.
Member: New York State Bar Association.
Born: New York, New York, January 18, 1963