If you work for a large organization, you most likely have a highly competent legal department who advises you on matters related to your department’s products and services as well as your personnel situations. If you work for a smaller company, you may not have access to your own internal legal counsel. Companies without internal legal counsel need to pay attention and recognize when they should consult with an outside attorney. It could cost you dearly if you don’t seek out proper legal advice. This article focuses on situations when you should consider contacting an employment lawyer.

Developing Employment Packets

Employee / Company Handbooks

Personnel Issues

Creating Incentive and Recognition Programs

Job Changes / Promotions / Lay Offs

Appeals / Requests for Information


I have been fortunate to find and work with exceptional employment lawyers while employed in small companies and larger organizations. I have always found them to be collaborative and offer unbiased sound legal advice. If you don’t have employment legal counsel and you have employees, I strongly encourage you to make the investment today. It is well worth it and you will be grateful in the end. Should you need help with finding an employment lawyer, feel free to contact Rua, Inc. for assistance.