McGuireWoods offers clients access to over 60 labor and employment lawyers across the United States and Europe. Our clients include local, national and multinational employers – from small businesses to governmental entities and nonprofits to Fortune 500 companies. We cross borders, practices and industries in the United States and around the world, collaborating with colleagues and managing resources to deliver the highest value to clients. We counsel employers in every aspect of the employer/employee relationship, including federal, state and international law compliance; traditional labor issues; internal investigations; and executive compensation.
Our depth and experience crosses key areas of employment law, including
wage and hour class and collective actions; large portfolios ranging from
single-plaintiff statutory claims to systemic class actions across the
country; traditional labor work; and OFCCP audits and counseling. We stand
ready to support our clients where they need us.
We work with clients proactively to prevent, triage, defend and resolve
internal and external workplace disputes, claims and litigation. We are
also at the forefront of providing strategic advice and counsel dealing
with the myriad employment issues arising from the ongoing COVID-19
pandemic. We collaborate with clients to deliver tailored employment
services in the most flexible, efficient manner possible, which includes
the use of alternative fee arrangements, value-added billing and retainers.
If litigation proves inevitable, our team is ready to aggressively defend
our clients from Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) disputes, federal and
state civil rights and antidiscrimination claims, trade secret and employee
raiding actions, and whistleblower and other suits. We also represent
employers in a wide range of administrative proceedings, including on
charges of discrimination filed with the EEOC and state and local human
rights agencies, in DOL compliance checks and audits, and in proceedings
before administrative forums and in federal and state courts.