Employment Law (Corporate) in Minnesota
200 South Sixth Street, Suite 4000, Minneapolis, MN 55402-1425
At Fredrikson & Byron, we’ve built a reputation as the firm “where law and business meet” by bringing business acumen and entrepreneurial thinking to our work with clients, and by operating as business advisors and strategic partners as well as legal counselors.
A proactive, problem-solving mindset runs throughout our service areas, from our traditional legal areas of support like litigation, real estate, and intellectual property to our more consultative practices like government relations and health care consulting. It’s a mindset that enables us to understand and keep client objectives firmly in mind, and to anticipate and address problems before they arise.
Our lawyers blend a common sense approach with in-the-field experience, and we utilize our firm’s strong reputation and our lawyers’ broad networks of business and industry contacts to get things done for clients.
Clients have relied on us since 1948 for great solutions that help them minimize legal risks and maximize business benefits. We look forward to an opportunity to show you what it is like where law and business meet.Show more +
Anne advises and defends businesses, nonprofit organizations, executives, officers and directors in all areas of employment and personnel practice on a national basis.
Her expertise includes hiring practices; reductions in force; downsizing; reorganization; termination; compensation practices; wage and hour issues; background checks; drug and alcohol testing; personnel policies; employee leave and accommodation strategies, programs and policies; executive and other employment agreements; trade secret, non-competition and confidentiality agreements and issues; affirmative action compliance; OFCCP, DOL and other federal and state agency audits; shareholder/employee issues; and harassment, misconduct and other investigations.
Anne regularly practices before federal and state administrative agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the U.S. Department of Labor, as well as related state and local agencies. She speaks frequently to professional and business groups on employment and international employment issues, and conducts training for businesses on employment law issues. Anne also advises U.S. companies in employment and personnel matters for operations outside U.S. borders. She has defended employers in litigation before federal and state courts involving the full range of employment issues, including harassment discrimination, retaliation, wrongful discharge, contract, noncompetition, trade secret, defamation, whistleblower claims and shareholder-related litigation.Show more +