Lawyers Uniquely Committed to the Staffing Industry
Our staffing practice is national and one of the largest in the country. Our clients span the spectrum of the industry in terms of size - ranging from large publicly traded companies to smaller highly specialized firms – and in terms of market sector – including staffing firms that focus on professional services (legal, accounting and finance), technology, healthcare, engineering, light industrial and commercial.
We have nine attorneys that dedicate a material portion of their practice to the staffing industry. We counsel staffing firms on all of the major strategic and operational issues impacting their business. In this regard, we offer advice on structuring, mergers and acquisitions, HR, regulatory compliance, on-boarding, off-boarding, compensation strategies and plans, client contracts focusing on indemnification and other key risk provisions and litigation.
Our dedication to understanding the staffing industry delivers tangible benefits to our staffing industry clients.
Livingston, N.J., July 2019 – On July 10, 2019, Christopher Leddy, Esq. and Sarah Davis, Esq. presented legal trends and considerations for employers who have employees in multiple states, or are contemplating doing so. Learn more
New York, N.Y., April 2019 - Employing temporary workers. Tips to prevent a lawsuit. Massachusetts Staffing Association Webinar Presented by Becker Staffing Group - Employee Handbooks & Poster Requirements - March 2019 - View PDF / View Recording
Livingston, N.J., March 2019 - New Jersey Becomes the Latest State to place restrictions on Confidentiality/Non-Disclosure Provisions in Employment Matters By Christopher M. Leddy, Esq. - As the tidal wave that is the #MeToo movement continues to press forward, on March 18, 2019, New Jersey joined the sweeping trend of disallowing confidentiality/non-disclosure provisions in employment contracts and settlement agreements against current or former employees for claims involving discrimination, retaliation or harassment. Read full article: Click here