Labor and Employment

Our Labor and Employment practice has extensive experience in all aspects of labor and employment law, and serves employers throughout the United States.

We are focused on providing our clients with comprehensive labor and employment services, from assisting employers in the hiring process, to counseling employers who are contemplating single or group terminations, and the full spectrum of issues that arise in between. Our goals are to form relationships with our clients, to understand each client’s business and culture, and provide efficient and effective assistance, including in the following ways:

  • We assist clients by drafting up-to-date policies and employment agreements and navigating difficult areas of the employment relationship, such as leaves of absence, accommodating disabilities, and investigating employee complaints. We pride ourselves on our success assisting clients in addressing and correcting issues that might lead to litigation, in order to avoid lawsuits in the future.
  • When litigation does arise, we regularly represent employers in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies in litigation involving alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), and Title VII, as well as cases involving other employment laws, trade secrets, and restrictive covenants.
  • We provide training for managers and employees on employment law and supervisory basics, hot topics, and issues targeted to a specific industry or issue the client may be facing.
  • We assist clients with and without unionized workforces in managing their employees while avoiding liability or issues that might arise under the National Labor Relations Act and other federal, state, and local workplace laws.

Our clients range from small businesses to publicly traded companies with tens of thousands of employees, including the largest employer in the City of Philadelphia. Whether it is counseling our clients to avoid unnecessary litigation, defending an employment discrimination case, or negotiating a labor agreement, the goal at Montgomery McCracken is to ensure that our work advances the client’s enterprise in the most beneficial, timely, and cost-effective manner possible.


For More Information

Please contact practice chair Frank A. Chernak at 215-772-7363 or or vice-chair William K. Kennedy at 215-772-7291 or