Minnesota Employment Law Attorney
Attorney Philip Villaume has been representing clients with employment law issues since becoming an attorney in 1979. Today, attorney Villaume trains other attorneys all over the country in the fine details of employment law. His workplace training and seminars cover the elimination of bias, discrimination, harassment, violence and abuse in the workplace.
At Villaume & Schiek, P.A., we represent either employees or employers who have employment issues such as charges of a hostile work environment.
Employment Law for the Employer
The workplace training sessions conducted by attorney Villaume are largely about strategies and methods that employers can put in place to avoid creating a hostile work environment. We believe that employers do not intend to discriminate or create an unhealthy workplace, and that, given education and awareness, they can avoid litigation by avoiding violations in the first place.
Our law firm also represents employers that are charged with wrongful termination, employee harassment or civil rights violations.
Employment Law for the Employee
During our long history of litigation with employment law issues, our law firm has successfully represented employees with employment discrimination claims, wrongful termination lawsuits and other issues. Our experience includes:
- Participation as employee advocates in employment contract dispute mediation
- Representation of professionals charged with ethics violations
- Representing employees and professionals with employer misconduct
- Defending professionals in licensing board actions
- Defending teachers’ rights
- Acting on behalf of employees with discrimination, harassment or abuse charges
Convenient Location and Quality Representation
Our law office is conveniently located in Bloomington, Minnesota, right off Interstate 494 (I-494) and across from the Mall of America, and has ample free parking.
If you have an employment law matter, please call our Twin Cities law firm at (952) 851-9500, or send us an e-mail to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer.