Labor and Employment

Workplace Investigations

Employers are often held liable for the misconduct of their managers, employees, or even independent contractors. And the first thing an employer needs to know when it learns of workplace misconduct is “What happened?” From highly-charged allegations with significant reputational implications to less sensational allegations that can still overwhelm a human resources department, Nilan Johnson Lewis has assisted employers of all sizes in answering that question.

We understand the need for swift resolution, and our attorneys have expertise handling even the most complex workplace investigations with skill, sensitivity, efficiency, and respect. We also understand the ethical and confidentiality issues that often arise around an investigation. And because we are experienced litigators, we can offer practical advice regarding the strengths and weaknesses of your business’s position should allegations lead to litigation.

  • Associated Professionals

612.305.7743

Joel O’Malley

Joel O’Malley

Shareholder

612.305.7747

Veena A. Iyer

Veena A. Iyer

Shareholder

612.305.7695

Mark J. Girouard

Mark J. Girouard

Shareholder

612.305.7579

612.305.7547

Donald M. Lewis

Donald M. Lewis

Shareholder

612.305.7518

612.305.7521

Zachary J. Crain

Zachary J. Crain

Special Counsel

612.305.7725

Jen Cornell

Jen Cornell

Shareholder

612.305.7717

Katie M. Connolly

Katie M. Connolly

Shareholder and Chair, Labor and Employment

612.305.7546

Lisa M. Schmid

Lisa M. Schmid

Special Counsel

612.305.7549