In addition to the litigation practice, we provide ongoing advice and counsel to clients regarding the full range of employment practices, including collective bargaining negotiations, hiring, promotion and training practices, wage structure and benefits, primarily to non-profit organizations.
We advise several jointly administered Taft-Hartley trust funds regarding investments, personnel policies, benefit design and related matters before the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Labor.
We are currently consulting and advising numerous employees about legal aspects of problems encountered in the workplace, successfully negotiating amicable and mutually-beneficial separation agreements under which clients agreed to release potential claims in consideration of fair severance terms.
We represent high level executive employees in negotiations for individual Employment Agreements and Retirement and Severance Packages.
Charles Both has been registered under the Foreign Agents Registration Act to lobby on behalf of foreign clients before various United States executive, legislative and administrative agencies and departments.
In connection with our work on behalf of foreign political parties and clients we have had extensive experience in working with bi-lateral and multilateral international governmental bodies (including foreign embassies and security organizations) and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).
In August 2007, Mr. Both accepted an appointment as an Adjunct Professor of Law at the American University, Washington College of Law, where he will be co-teaching an Employment Discrimination/Trial Practice Seminar to second and third year law school students.