Karen Wentzel has more than 20 years of experience representing clients in a wide variety of business disputes, with special expertise in the laws governing sexual harassment, sex, race, age and disability discrimination, wrongful discharge, employee raiding and misappropriation of trade secrets, and stock options. She regularly appears in both state and federal courts, and in private arbitrations.
Karen regularly advises clients on the avoidance of litigation on wage and hour matters, reductions-in-force, unfair competition, reasonable accommodation, protecting proprietary information, employee raiding and non-solicitation issues and personnel matters. Her clients particularly value her practical approach to complex employment issues in the context of their unique business needs.
Her practice also includes extensive experience working with companies and executives in negotiating employment contracts, and transition and severance agreements for high level executives.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Karen E. Wentzel