Regulatory Compliance Review
It is often overwhelming to consider what your company must do to comply with state and federal laws regarding everything from land use to employment practices to investments. That does not account for the time investment you must make in ensuring you remain in compliance with those regulations.
Our employment defense lawyers at Bell Law Group are here to take some of this pressure off of your shoulders. As an experienced employment law firm that has served New York for more than 10 years, we know the field and what is required, and we know what steps you must take to get, or remain, in compliance. Let us help you keep your business on the right track so you can avoid legal action.Advising You on Your Regulatory Compliance Obligations
At our New York law firm, our main goal is ensuring that our employer clients follow practices and processes that keep them in compliance with relevant regulations. To that end, we will take on an advisory position, bringing potential concerns to your attention and helping you brainstorm the right actions to take.
We can also provide you with the documentation support you need when filing paperwork. We can help you draft any necessary documents or review what you have crafted. We will also work with your HR department to ensure that you stay in compliance as your business continues to grow.Representing Employers in State and Federal Court
We will aggressively represent your interests should you run afoul of a state or federal regulation. We have represented companies in all facets of litigation against various regulatory bodies, including the EEOC and the New York State Department of Human Rights.
We know how to handle claims arising out of numerous state and federal statutes, including:
- The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOXA)
- The U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)
- The Consumer Protection Act (CPA)
- The U.S. Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)
Whether you believe you are about to face a compliance review or you want to get your compliance processes and records in place, we can help. Call our law firm at 855-JON-BELL or email our New York employer lawyers. We will provide you with a free consultation to help you identify what steps you need to take next.