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Employment Law

Employment laws are constantly changing. Statutes and regulations affecting the workplace, including hiring and firing of employees, can be confusing. 
VetCounsel offers guidance and assistance with a variety of employment matters, such as: 
  • Drafting/negotiation of employment contracts
  • Human Resources
  • Employment hiring/termination documentation
  • Performing background checks
  • Restrictive covenants ('non-solicitation' and 'non-compete' terms)  
  • Revising/drafting employee handbooks 
  • Federal guidelines affecting your workplace

Contact VetCounsel (770.551.8160) to set up an appointment for consultation on your employment concerns and needs.

[DISCLAIMER AND NOTICE:  VetCounsel, LLC is registered in the State of Georgia with attorneys licensed to practice in the State of Georgia. Information provided on this website is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship. Consultation and seminars with out-of-state veterinary practitioners is based upon generic legal principles only. All out-of-state clients are specifically instructed and advised by VetCounsel, LLC to consult with local attorneys for legal advice on specific and individualized matters.] 

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