The firm’s expertise on employment matters ranges from general advice and training to litigating complicated employment matters in federal court. Corper James has provided employment law and discrimination and harassment training for a number of companies and organizations including police and fire departments and large and small public and private businesses. Corper teaches an Employment/Discrimination Law class through the Honors College at the University of Utah, and is a published author on the subject. Corper has co-authored a book on employment law, and written numerous training programs and employment manuals and policies and procedures.
The firm advises companies and organizations on all state and federal employment issues including hiring and firing, worker’s compensation, unemployment, discrimination & harassment, employment manuals, non-compete agreements, confidentiality agreements, general contracts & negotiations, FLSA, ADAA, FMLA, litigation, training, collective bargaining and labor issues, and various others.
The firm also advises and represents employees in unemployment, wrongful termination, breach of employment contract, discrimination & harassment, FLSA, ADAA, FMLA, non-compete agreements, confidentiality agreements, whistleblower statutes, and various others.
The firm prides itself in offering a full range of services for both employers and employees in regard to almost any workplace issue. The firm navigates both employees and employers through training and prevention, policy and document drafting, state and federal law compliance, and litigation when necessary.
The firm’s employment law clients range from very small to very large corporate clients, and from highly paid employees to manual laborers.