Employment Law

TAM Employment Law group has been active representing employers in workplace claims since litigation in this arena first became en vogue, working with corporations and public entities involved in a wide range of substantive employment litigation.

Litigating cases in this rapidly-developing area of the law requires skill in both employment law and litigation. TAM’s Employment Law group brings both of these competencies to our clients, substantially increasing the likelihood that these high-risk, high-expense cases can be resolved efficiently and effectively.

Because of the nuances of employment law and the multitude of potential claims an employer may face, our team regularly defends state discrimination and wage claims and federal Title VII claims brought by workers in both agency actions and litigation in court. TAM’s Employment Law group regularly represents employers facing investigations and hearings before government agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Colorado Division of Civil Rights. These matters include the whole variety of employment causes of action, including:

  • Discrimination
  • Wrongful termination/discharge
  • Harassment
  • Retaliation
  • Wage and hour claims
  • Breach of contract
  • ERISA claims

TAM’s Employment Law group also assists corporate clients in a host of legal consultation matters concerning general and specialty business operations. We are experienced in the creation and enforcement of non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, as well as protection of and litigation concerning misappropriation of trade secret and other confidential information.

Our clients who maintain regional and national markets for their products and services regularly use TAM to protect their rights both with the creation of actionable agreements, and in pursuing claims related to breach of agreements concerning prohibited marketing, client poaching, and disclosure of proprietary corporate processes.