HR Law Talk was created to provide employers with all-encompassing legal guidance in today’s quickly-evolving regulatory landscape. Originally started as the Labor Talk blog, focusing solely on labor and employment laws affecting employers, the blog was relaunched in February 2017 as HR Law Talk with expanded coverage from the firm’s Employee Benefits practice group to complement ongoing updates from the Labor & Employment team. The blog’s coverage will include regular coverage on legislative updates, significant rulings and major trends in labor law, as well as major developments in employee benefits and California-based labor law.
The labor and employment attorneys at Bass, Berry & Sims represent union and non-union companies as well as public and private employers ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small locally-owned businesses. We cover a wide range of industries, including healthcare, manufacturing, retail, distribution, utilities, banking, transportation, professional services, restaurants, retail and education.
Based in Nashville, Tennessee, we represent client interests locally, regionally and nationwide. We offer a full-range of services in nearly every aspect of management side labor and employment law from day-to-day counseling and training to prevent and resolve issues before they become lawsuits, to litigation defense and traditional labor relations.
Visit our website to learn more about the labor and employment practice at Bass, Berry & Sims PLC.
Bass, Berry & Sims employee benefits attorneys partner with employers, benefits consultants and third party administrators in the design, drafting, implementation, amendment, termination and administration of the full range of employee benefits plans. Taking it a step further, we offer a comprehensive fiduciary compliance program that includes a self-audit process, fiduciary training, documentation package and service provider RFP support.
We guide employers through the changing landscape for employer-sponsored group health plans under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) and work with clients on a wide range of compensation arrangements in both an ongoing advisory role and in significant corporate events, such as mergers, acquisitions and initial public offerings.