Amanda G. Jansen
is a problem-solver for clients, identifying and managing risks by: troubleshooting employee-related issues; drafting, reviewing, and negotiating employment-related contracts and policies; and representing employers before administrative agencies and in federal and state courts. She has handled all types of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation cases, FMLA cases, as well as wage and hour matters (individual and collective actions), contract disputes, and employment-related tort claims, such as wrongful termination, defamation, interference with contract claims, and more. Amanda also litigates other civil matters, such as claims involving construction disputes, breach of contract claims, and various other matters, in which she has represented businesses, governmental entities, and educational institutions, as well as executives and management employees. She has published widely on employment-related issues.
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