The Launch of Stephen D. Hans & Associates’ New Website

Stephen D. Hans & Associates, P.C. wants to welcome you to the launch of our new employment litigation website.  We hope you can easily find the information you are searching for on our mobile friendly site and that it satisfies your needs.

Early in his legal career, Attorney Stephen Hans discovered his aspirations resided in the area of employment and labor law, and he has maintained this primary focus since 1979. His law firm has provided valuable legal guidance and representation in numerous issues involving employment law, wage and hours law, labor law and work-related disputes, whether with regulatory agencies or employees.

Today, more than ever before, small to mid-sized business owners find themselves in a fast changing legal landscape where increasingly they must comply with new regulations and laws that affect how they do business. Seeking legal counsel about labor and employment issues has become an essential aspect of staying in business. Having an employment defense lawyer serves a dual purpose of providing:

*Legal guidance with devising and implementing policies and guidelines that align with laws and regulations and prevent employment disputes

*Strong advocacy to protect your interests as a business owner through litigation and negotiated settlements when disputes arise

Years of experience representing plaintiffs and defendants, and employees and employers have led our firm in a specific legal direction. Our practice has evolved into a law firm that concentrates on employer litigation, offering affordable legal help to small and mid-sized business owners through flexible billing options.

Whether you face a legal matter in a New York State or Federal court, you can rely on our proven track record and extensive experience to protect your interests. Contact Stephen D. Hans & Associates, P.C. for legal help with preventing or dealing with employment disputes.

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