Employment Law and Business Litigation Attorney in Chicago, Illinois
Law Firm OverviewThe Prinz Law Firm, P.C. counsels businesses and executives navigating through employment negotiations, separations and general business disputes and represents businesses in complex litigation and transactional matters. We provide fierce and diligent advocacy.
Whether through negotiation, litigation or strategy, we seek out long-term solutions. We work with you to create opportunities for success. The Firm is experienced before administrative tribunals, arbitration panels and state and federal court. Our goal is to help clients find advantage through adversity.
The Firm advises clients regarding employment agreements, severance agreements, non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, discrimination claims, retaliation claims, general business contracts, business formation, and shareholder litigation.
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Employment Agreement; Severance Agreement; Non-Compete Agreement; Non-Solicitation Agreement; Change in Control Agreement; Retaliatory Termination; Employment Discrimination; Performance Improvement Plan (PIPs); Parental Discrimination; Pregnancy Discrimination; Gender Discrimination; Equal Pay Act; Workplace Defamation; Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act; Contract Litigation; Employee Handbook; Registered Agent; Employee Classification Audit; Licensing and Distribution Agreement; Company Culture and Employee Relations Audit; Physician Employment; Career Development.
Ms. Kristen E. Prinz
Business Law, Employment
- Chicago Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- Illinois State Bar Association
- International Women's Forum
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