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Attorneys Resolving Complex Employment Law Issues And Disputes

Employment LawLynn D. Feiger, who has been rated for more than 10 years as one of the top employment lawyers in the United States, heads the employment law group at Lohf Shaiman Jacobs Hyman & Feiger PC. Several partners with the firm also have a specialized background in this area. In recent years, the firm has successfully litigated some of the largest employment class actions in Colorado.

  • Employment discrimination
  • Class action litigation
  • Wrongful termination
  • Employment contracts, severance agreements, non-compete covenants and trade secrets
  • Wage and hour
  • Employment handbooks/policies and procedures
  • Civil rights litigation

For information on employee rights and general job advice for employees, visit www.ColoradoEmployeeRights.com.

Meet Our Employment Law Attorneys

Lynn D. Feiger: Ms. Feiger has been practicing employment law for more than 30 years and has successfully litigated numerous class actions and other complex employment cases, including obtaining a nearly $15 million verdict in Camara, et. al. v. Matheson Trucking, Inc., et. al., 12-CV-03040 (D.Colo. 2015) (http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_27507588/denver-federal-jury-awards-nearly-15-million-discrimination). She has successfully represented employees in cases involving some of the largest employment settlements in the Rocky Mountain region. She has been listed as one of the Best Lawyers in the United States for the last 25 years. Awards include Super Lawyers (employment law) 2006-2016; Colorado Women's Bar Association 2012 Mary Lathrop Award.

Charles H. Jacobs: Mr. Jacobs has represented both employers and employees in executive employment agreements, employment terminations, non-compete and trade secret agreements and disputes and miscellaneous human resource issues. He has recently added mediation to his practice areas.

Jeffrey A. Hyman: Mr. Hyman began his legal career in 1972 as law clerk to the Honorable Sherman G. Finesilver, United States District Court. Mr. Hyman offers 40 years of civil litigation experience. He has represented both employers and employees in employment related issues. Professional memberships include the Colorado/Denver Bar Associations.

Stephen E. Kapnik: Mr. Kapnik focuses his employment practice on dispute resolution and litigation. He has more than 28 years of trial and appellate practice in complex litigation matters. He has represented clients before all state and federal courts in Colorado and several other states, and the federal Court of Claims in Washington, D.C. Professional memberships include Colorado/Denver Bar Associations.

Alan S. Thompson: Mr. Thompson's practice includes representation of employees and employers in trade secret disputes, contract review, negotiations and termination cases.

Justin M. Plaskov: Mr. Plaskov's employment law practice focuses on plaintiff's employment law. Mr. Plaskov assisted in obtaining the nearly $15 million verdict in Camara, et. al. v. Matheson Trucking, Inc., et. al., 12-CV-03040 (D.Colo. 2015) (http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_27507588/denver-federal-jury-awards-nearly-15-million-discrimination). Professional memberships include National Employment Lawyers Association and the Colorado and Wyoming Bar Associations.

Call Our Denver Area Employment Law Attorneys

The attorneys at Lohf Shaiman Jacobs Hyman & Feiger PC, in Denver, provide guidance and assistance for clients throughout the Denver metro area and communities within Denver County, Arapahoe County, Douglas County, and across all of Colorado. We also work with businesses of every type both nationally and internationally.

Contact us toll free at 303-753-9000 or contact us by email to learn more about ways we can help you resolve your employment issue efficiently and cost-effectively. You get experienced, high-quality legal advice at a reasonable cost.

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