Mr. Stover represents employers in two related areas, employment and labor, and immigration. In employment and labor, his practice includes advising on avoiding or dealing with unions; creation of employment policies and handbooks; defending employers in labor, discrimination and employment matters in federal and state courts, administrative agencies, and arbitration; advising on compliance with federal and state employment laws; drafting and enforcement of employment and non-compete agreements; writing and implementation of affirmative action plans; and providing guidance and defense in occupational safety and health matters.
In immigration, he represents employers and/or foreign nationals in all matters raised by the current or future employment relationship, including preparing and filing of non-immigrant visa petitions; processing of alien labor certification petitions; preparing and filing of immigrant visa petitions; filing and guidance on adjustment of status and consular processing; assistance on family related matters; providing advice and monitoring on compliance with immigration laws; advice and auditing of I 9 compliance; and representation in administrative proceedings with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Customs and Border Patrol, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and the Department of Labor.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Hayes C. Stover