The workplace is of great importance to the people whose livelihoods depend on their jobs and the work they do. The workplace is equally important to the businesses, corporations, and government agencies that employ them. When things go wrong in the workplace, a complex set of employment laws is brought into play. Having an experienced employment attorney is essential to protecting your business.

The employment attorneys at Crist, Krogh, Alke & Nord, PLLC, provide sound legal advice and representation to employers in cities throughout Montana, including Billings, Bozeman, Helena, Great Falls, Missoula, and Miles City. Our law firm represents employers of all sizes, from large companies with multiple Montana locations to companies headquartered outside of Montana, but with Montana employees.

We pride ourselves on providing quality legal advice that is innovative, creative, and effective. When employment issues arise, our employment lawyers work with our clients to produce solutions that maximize results while attempting to minimize costs. We are experienced in the following aspects of employment and labor law:

  • Employment And Labor Related Litigation
  • Labor Relations
  • Collective Bargaining
  • Independent Contractors, Temporary Employees, And Contingent Workers
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
  • Restrictive Covenants And Non-Compete Agreements
  • Employment Agreements
  • Employment Contracts
  • Termination
  • Wrongful Discharge
  • Employee Manuals
  • Employment Policies
  • Discrimination (age, race, sex, disability, FMLA, Title VII)
  • General Employment Advice

When your company is seeking an effective and successful labor and employment attorney, or if you are counsel for a large corporation and are seeking an experienced Montana employment lawyer to refer matters regarding Montana employees, the employment lawyers at Crist, Krogh, Alke & Nord, PLLC, are here to help. Contact one of our experienced employment lawyers and see how we can help with your Montana employment and labor law issues.