Kimberlie Ryan
Ryan Law Firm, LLC

As a business owner herself for the past seventeen years, Kimberlie Ryan understands first-hand the sheer volume of legal compliance matters employers encounter on a daily basis - not to mention the complexity of most employment issues. 

Whether your company is a start-up or well established enterprise, feel free to contact Kimberlie for assistance.
(303) 520-5119

Employment Law

An Essential Guide for Colorado Employers

By: Kimberlie K. Ryan

Employer Services

We know that running your business takes time.

And it can be daunting to keep up with the constant changes in the increasing rules, regulations, and court decisions that affect your company.

The Ryan Law Firm represents employers in the many areas that affect your business, including:

  • Representation before state and federal agencies, such as the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Colorado Civil Rights Division (CCRD), U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), and State of Colorado Division of Labor and Employment (DCLE), unemployment hearings and appeals

  • Day-to-day troubleshooting and advice on employee coaching and discipline, terminations, layoffs and employee leave policies

  • Legal review and drafting of employment policies, employment contracts, and other important documents

  • Employee Handbooks including review and creation of specifically tailored handbooks to help maintain compliance with the laws;
  • Creative and informative training sessions specifically designed for your company

  • Contract consultation including drafting employment contracts, non-compete agreements, confidentiality agreements, business contracts
A sampling of employer representation

  • Successfully defended service company in administrative action filed with the Colorado Civil Rights Division for baseless discrimination charge filed by employee                                                                        
  • Defended Hollywood production company against claims by plaintiff alleging race discrimination. Obtained summary judgment ruling in favor of company.  Case dismissed before trial.

  • Defended federal contractor against claims by plaintiff alleging retaliation and public policy claims.  Obtained summary judgment ruling in favor of federal contractor.  Case dismissed before trial.

  • Defended federal agency against claims made by plaintiff falsely alleging sexual harassment.  Obtained summary judgment ruling in favor of federal agency.  Case dismissed before trial

Previous successful results are no guarantee of similar outcomes in particular casesContact Kimberlie for a review of your particular case.