Relationship Advice from an Employees’ Attorney

Companies do not exist to fight their own employees. Yet, the American legal landscape is fraught with hurdles and challenges which, if ignored or minimized, can destroy that relationship – and all the innovations, products and services that come to market as a result.

Learn to better cultivate and inspire the management/employee relationship while navigating that ever-changing legal landscape – and learn to do it on the back of two simple ideas:

1. Have a basic appreciation for what the law allows in the workplace and what it doesn’t.

2. Know what you can do on a daily basis to minimize the chance you end up in a lengthy, hostile and adversarial relationship with your most important resource, your employees.

Adam is a New England born, southern-bred trial lawyer and mediator. He has been practicing law for over 26 years and employment litigation since 1999. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and his law degree from Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, AL.

In addition to speaking to national business and human resource groups, Adam represents both employers and employees in State and Federal courts. He regularly represents clients in administrative proceedings before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Department of Labor, the Merit System Protection Board, and various State Personnel and Civil Service Boards.

Adam’s passion is helping companies achieve their missions by inspiring their leaders and empowering their workforces to improve relationships. Last but not least, he’s a dad, a traveler and a writer in search of rapture in the routine and the miraculous in the mundane.

Past Speaking engagements:

National Business Institute

Society for Human Resource Management

Knights of Columbus

Limestone County Rotary Club

Athens Rotary Club

Limestone County Bar Association