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Arizona Employment Law

McKay Law will represent you in all employment related issues facing your business. This could mean allegations of misconduct by your current or former employees. There are also times when, as an employer, you may need to institute litigation against former employees for violations of certain contract provisions.

We recognize that litigation is time-consuming and emotionally draining. We strive to take that burden off of your shoulders and put it on ours as we work tirelessly to resolve your issues. This will allow you to continue doing the job of keeping your business up and running.

MacKay Law has significant experience preparing employment contracts, policies, handbooks and manuals for businesses in compliance with all relevant local, state and federal laws as well as industry specific regulations. We also have experience trying employment cases. Mike McKay tried an employment class action to verdict. He obtained a verdict in favor of his clients on all counts, and also obtained a verdict for all costs and attorney fees incurred in the action.

Our goal is to put mechanisms in place to prevent expensive and time-consuming employment litigation whenever possible. That said, No matter how carefully your employment contracts, handbooks and training manuals are prepared, allegations of misconduct by current or former employees are always a real possibility. We handle all types of litigation arising from the employer/employee relationship.

At McKay Law, we treat you as are our partner. We recognize that each case has its own personal individual circumstances and work to represent you from a level of understanding. We will provide you with the individualized attention your case deserves.

Employment law is a complex and nuanced legal area. At McKay Law, our attorneys have a track record of success and have earned a reputation within the legal community for effectiveness, efficiency, and integrity. Contact us at 480-681-7000 for a free consultation concerning any employment law issues you may be facing.

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