Employment Law

Employment

Successful companies derive almost all of their strength from the team of people they have assembled to accomplish their mission. Assembling the talent; however, is just the beginning. Companies then face the challenge of adopting ground rules, setting compensation, and addressing day-to-day workplace concerns.

Howard Wolf-Rodda advises executives, managers and human resource professionals keeping them abreast of employment laws and assist them in developing policies and procedures that promote constructive employee relations and reduce liability in the workplace.

In addition, he possesses unique expertise in the highly technical realm of wage and hour law with particular strong expertise advising clients regarding the Service Contract Act. His clients value his focus on developing workplace strategies that minimize legal burden while promoting a healthy organizational culture.

In the event litigation does occur, he attacks cases with vigor all the while working closely with his clients to ensure that the litigation strategy is in tune with business goals.

Howard Wolf-Rodda has:

  • †Provided ongoing advice to federal contractors regarding legal compliance, employment policies, codes of ethics, nondisclosure agreements, commercial contracts, subcontracts, and teaming agreements.
  • †Analyzed, developed and updated client policies and procedures to ensure compliance with government requirements including Buy America Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, Service Contract Act as well as avoidance and mitigation of conflicts of interest.
  • †Won an appeal on behalf of an aerospace company that resulted in the award of a Service Contract Act price adjustment for severance costs paid at the end of a contract.
  • †Represented employers and employees in actions alleging violations of federal wage and hour laws.
  • †Obtained favorable settlement of a wage and hour class action suit brought by role players against contractor that provided live combat simulation training for soldiers in preparation  for their service in Iraq and Afghanistan.