Brewer & Giggenbach provides both plaintiff and defense counsel in all matters relating to employment contracts or workplace discrimination claims. Based in Morgantown, our lawyers represent employees and employers throughout West Virginia.
Bader Giggenbach has practiced law for 17 years, with extensive experience in employment law and business litigation. He regularly represents facility members, staff, and physicians of West Virginia University. Through mediation, trial, or proactive counseling on employment law issues, we can protect client interests and find efficient, cost-effective resolutions.
We are regularly consulted by the staff of WVU, including classified, non-classified, faculty, and physicians, for our knowledgeable representation in contractual and West Virginia Public Employees Grievance Board matters involving:
Brewer & Giggenbach represents employees or employers in issues relating to hiring, firing, or workplace treatment including:
We negotiate and litigate restrictive covenants (non-compete agreements, non-solicitation agreements), enabling businesses to protect trade secrets or ex-employees to seek new jobs in their field. We also negotiate severance packages for executives.
We are sought by clients across West Virginia for employment law, consulting on drafting company policies and procedures, and on specific issues such as getting out of a contract or how to fire a problematic worker.