March 23, 2019

Natalie M. Stevens

Natalie Stevens represents business entities, educational institutions, and management in a myriad of employment-related matters, including matters involving allegations of assault; breach of contract; breach of fiduciary duty; breach of duty of good faith and fair dealing; breach of duty of loyalty; civil conspiracy; constructive discharge; conversion; defamation; denial of benefits; discrimination; ethnic intimidation; FMLA interference and retaliation; fraud; harassment; hostile work environment; intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress; intentional, fraudulent, and negligent misrepresentations; invasion of privacy; negligent hiring, training, retention, and supervision; misappropriation of trade secrets; promissory estoppel; retaliation; theft; tortious interference with business and contractual relationships; unfair competition; unjust enrichment; wage and hour violations; whistleblower activity; and wrongful discharge.

In addition, Ms. Stevens provides as-needed assistance to management regarding a variety of employment-related matters, including drafting and updating employee handbooks and other employment policies and procedures; evaluating and responding to employee leave of absence requests; evaluating and responding to employee accommodation requests; investigating and resolving employee complaints; issuing disciplinary actions; handling employee terminations; preparing separation agreements; responding to claims for unemployment compensation benefits and appealing improper determinations; and enforcing restrictive covenants in employment contracts.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Natalie M. Stevens



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