— ABOUT —
Jeffrey Easley's firm opened in 1990 and provides quality legal services for owners, executives, professionals, artists, employees, and contractors - with a history of over one hundred state and federal court cases, including high-profile; hundreds of negotiated agreements; millions of dollars paid to our clients; and outstanding client ratings and reviews: Martindale-Hubbell, Lawyers.com, Google+, Yelp. Our executive, professional services, employment, independent contractor, and entertainment industry contract services include negotiation of terms, such as title, duties, tenure, duration, reinstatement, compensation, severance pay and stock, benefits, royalties, fees, rights, confidentiality/nondisclosure, and non-disparagement; and counsel regarding professional services and practices, employment, performance, talent, independent contractor, severance/separation, stock option and grant, non-compete, non-disclosure, trade secret, licensing, production, recording, publishing, and other agreements. Our damages recovery and dispute resolution services include negotiation, mediation, administrative actions, arbitrations, court cases, and appeals related to federal, California, and Colorado breach of contract, tortious interference, unfair business practice, employment discrimination (gender, race, age, disability, sexual orientation, pregnancy, religion, national origin, color, and ethnicity), labor (e.g. unpaid wages, overtime violations, Fair Labor Standards Act), securities, and other statutes; the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA); federal and state unlawful employment retaliation statutes (e.g. complaining about discrimination or labor law violations, taking FMLA [Family and Medical Leave Act] or state medical/family leave, engaging in a whistle-blowing activity); privacy invasions; defamation (libel and slander); contravention of public policies against workplace retaliation (e.g. exercising a constitutional right such as free speech, filing a worker's compensation claim, making a wage claim, refusing to perform an illegal act); copyright infringement and interference with other intellectual property rights; fraud (misrepresentation and concealment); negligence; assault and battery; equitable remedies; and other claims.