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EEOC Controversies ▪ IHRC Controversies ▪ Employment Contract Issues ▪ Drafting Contracts ▪ Wrongful Termination Claims ▪ Non-Compete Disputes ▪ Breach of Contract Claims ▪ Discrimination Claims ▪ Affirmative Action Claims ▪ Sexual Harassment Claims ▪ Unsafe Work Environment Claims ▪ FMLA Issues ▪ HIPAA Issues ▪ ADA Issues ▪ ERISA/COBRA Claims
Whether you are an individual or a corporation, turn to Sullivan Hincks & Conway to work out your employment law matters. We can represent you in matters including:
- Administrative agency controversies, such as those involving the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Illinois Human Rights Commission (IHRC)
- Employment contract issues, such as drafting contracts, wrongful termination claims, and breach of contract claims
- Non-compete disputes
- Employment controversies prior to and during litigation
- Prosecution and defense of discrimination claims
- Prosecution and defense of affirmative action claims
- Prosecution and defense of sexual harassment claims
- Prosecution and defense of unsafe work environment claims
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) issues
- Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) issues
- The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) issues
- Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) / Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) claims
- Pregnancy Discrimination: Fortune 500 communications company terminated client shortly after notice of pregnancy.
- Disability Discrimination: Large discount grocery chain terminated client, an individual suffering from cognitive defects resulting from prior car accident, after failing to provide reasonable accommodation.
- Denial of Promotion In Retaliation for Reporting Sexual Harassment: Client, an employee of an international décor design company, denied promotion following report of sexual harassment by a supervisor.
- Hostile Work Environment/Constructive Discharge: Large insurance and financial services company constructively terminated client following report of sexual harassment, and after company’s failure to properly investigate and prevent further harassment.
- Filed summary judgment on behalf of small trucking company against claims of national origin discrimination and sexual harassment before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and in United States District Court.
- Defended large trucking company against claims of pregnancy discrimination before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.