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Employment Law

Employers have the task and responsibility of making decisions that affect its employees: hiring, terminating, promoting, disciplining or modifying. When an employee does not deem these modifications or terms as fair and takes legal action, the ramifications can be devastating.

The firm has a talented Employment Law Group targeted at the defense of clients in employment-related claims. Our attorneys have the acumen and experience to handle all types of employment claims, both at the administrative level and civil litigation. We have represented clients spanning the entire business sector as well as religious and non-profit/charitable organizations.

Issues we litigate

  • Gender Discrimination
  • Racial Discrimination
  • Age Discrimination (ADEA claims)
  • Wage and Hour claims
  • ADA claims
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Hostile Work Environment
  • Sexual Misconduct
  • 42 U.S.C. 1983 (Civil Rights Act of 1871)

Coverage clients trust

With a combined experience of 130 years, our attorneys work with our clients to provide cost-effective legal services that are specifically tailored to meet each client’s particular needs.

Butler is committed to partnering with clients by providing economical and exceptional representation and assistance to employers and businesses, to allow their management and human resource teams to successfully prevent employment related claims. By providing experienced civil trial lawyers and counsel, we are able to deliver the insight and education clients need to deal with these issues.

News, Spotlights | Attorney Spotlights – Paola Solano

September 19, 2022

Paola Solano is a Senior Associate at Butler based in the Miami office and is fluent in both English and Spanish. Paola focuses her practice…

Blog Posts | What to do with racist employees?

Oct 21, 2015

Based on my experience dealing with employers and sharing war stories with fellow employment lawyers, I think it’s fair to say that most employers are…

Blog Posts | Married to the Church: Potential Implications of Obergefell in the Context of Religious Discrimination

Oct 15, 2015

The Supreme Court’s recent decision in Obergefell v. Hodges[1] may have far-reaching implications in the world of religious organizations opposed to same-sex marriage. While the 5-4…

Blog Posts | The Case of the Millennial Juror

Feb 25, 2015

Reprinted from DRI Labor & Employment Law Blog As Employment Litigators, we are always mindful of the varied perspectives, cultural backgrounds and potential biases that…

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Blog Posts | Trying to Upend the Workers’ Compensation Act in Florida

Jan 13, 2015 | By David Mercer

A recent and unusual opinion out of the Circuit Court for Miami-Dade County may, at the minimum, be a harbinger for changes to come to…

Employment Law