Practice Groups & Specialties
Rimon's employment lawyers have broad expertise in executive agreements and compensation, employee benefits, unions, and U.S. employment law matters. Our employment attorneys work with our clients to provide specialized, strategic, business-sensitive advice on day-to-day matters as well as help in employment litigation, including claims of discrimination, breach of contract, sexual harassment and unfair competition/misappropriation of trade secrets, among others.
We have significant expertise advising on equity compensation plans, cash incentive plans, traditional employee benefits, grant practices, and plan governance. We also advise clients engaged in mergers, acquisitions, or public offerings.
We serve wide range of clients, including both private and public companies and senior executives. For our growing or larger clients, we work with management and HR personnel to help our clients implement the best personnel and compensation practices. We also have extensive experience counseling emerging growth companies from their earliest stages through liquidity events.
Representative Transactions Handled by Rimon's Attorneys:
- Advise management of publicly traded company on topics including recruitment discrimination, terminations, hearing requirements, attrition to competitors, IP related conflicts, ethical standards, hours of work and rest law, compensation and benefits, outside contractor law, privacy rights, and wage protection
- Numerous representations of CEOs and other high-level executives in the negotiation of employment agreements, employment separation agreements, and related transactions.
- Counseling of management in connection with reduction-in-force
- Created and conducted corporate training workshops: How to legally hire, fire, check background for security and test for drug use
- Representations of corporate clients in wage and hour disputes, sexual harassment and disability discrimination cases, FMLA discrimination litigation, union arbitrations, unfair labor practice proceedings, workers’ compensation appeals and Title VII discrimination trials