Julie Kinkopf is an attorney with over 15 years experience representing businesses in a wide variety of employment and general business matters. Julie helps businesses develop sound employment practices designed to avoid litigation and government audits. Julie has counseled employers on all types of employment issues including hiring, discipline, termination, reduction in force, severance negotiations, investigations of claims of discrimination and/or retaliation, union organization campaigns, drafting and enforcing employment contracts and non-compete agreements, development and analysis of employee job descriptions and exempt/non-exempt classification.
Julie is an accomplished litigator who has represented employers in all types of employment litigation including employment discrimination, sexual harassment, hostile work environment, wrongful termination, failure to hire or promote, retaliation/whistleblower, Family and Medical Leave Act (FLMA) claims, failure to accommodate claims, Americans with Disability Act (ADA) claims, wage and hour disputes, Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) claims (including disputed exempt classifications and failure to pay overtime), disputes of wages and calculation of commissions, breach of contracts and workplace torts (including fraudulent inducement, misrepresentation and defamation).
Julie also has extensive experience counseling clients in general commercial matters and representing businesses in commercial litigation including breach of contract, warranty, professional services and collection matters. In addition, Julie has drafted and analyzed numerous business agreements, leases, licenses and corporate formation documents.
As a former General Counsel, Julie Kinkopf understands what businesses need from their attorney and has been providing those services in a comprehensive and efficient manner for over 15 years. For more information see http://www.kinkopflawfirm.com or http://www.linkedin.com/in/juliekinkopf/.
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