Employment Law in Minnesota
Minneapolis attorney committed to enforcement of the law
Employment laws govern all aspects of the relationships between employers and employees. While many have been designed to protect the rights of employees, these laws maintain a balance of fairness and equity between employers and employees that is vital to the health of all businesses. They require attorneys to be knowledgeable about such issues as human resource guidelines, wage and hour statutes, anti-discrimination and equal opportunity laws, and laws that protect employee whistleblowers.
Knowledgeable and experienced Minnesota lawyer
Darron C. Knutson is available to provide assistance in employment law mediation and arbitration sessions as well as in courtroom litigation. I have a thorough understanding of Minnesota and federal employment laws — including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Equal Pay Act (EPA), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Minnesota Human Rights Act, and the Minnesota Whistleblower Act — and handle a broad range of cases. I represent clients in employment law matters including:
- Discrimination claims associated with race, sex, religion, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity
- Wage and hour disputes
- Harassment in the workplace
- Class action litigation
- Non-competition and non-disclosure agreements
I am committed to ensuring that every client receives personalized attention, including regular updates regarding case progress and options. While achieving a swift resolution is my goal whenever possible, I do not hesitate to take cases to court when a better outcome can be achieved in that way.
Reach out to an effective employment lawyer
Contact Darron C. Knutson online or at (612) 335-3700 to schedule a consultation with me, a skilled Minnesota employment law attorney. I have the legal savvy needed to help you with everything from compliance issues to wrongful discharge claims.