Ryan Krone

Ryan Krone defends businesses in all aspects of labor and employment matters, including wrongful terminations, breach of contract matters, discrimination and harassment claims, ADA cases, FMLA cases, wage and hour cases, as well as government agency audits. Ryan also has experience litigating labor and employment-related matters in state and federal courts. Ryan’s practice also focuses on employment counseling, trade secret and non-compete claims, and injunctive proceedings. He has extensive experience counseling employers on issues related to federal and state labor and employment statutes and laws. Additionally, Ryan has experience drafting agreements pertaining to severance, arbitration, and employee handbooks and policies.

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Texas Expands Employer Liability for Sexual Harassment

Texas employers of ALL sizes should be aware that Texas has significantly expanded employee protection for sexual harassment claims with two new bills signed into law by Governor Abbott. The first opens the door for Texas employers of all sizes to be liable for sexual harassment. The second extends the statute of limitations for sexual harassment claims in Texas from … Continue Reading

Family and Medical Leave: What’s New and What’s Not

Last month, President Biden rolled out “the American Families Plan,” a proposal that would phase in paid family and medical leave for employees with certain medical and family obligations. The proposal would cost around $225 billion over 10 years, which, according to the White House, would be paid mostly by upping taxes on the wealthy. According to a White House … Continue Reading

Non-Union Employers Beware: The NLRB Pendulum is Pushed Pro-Union

Employers that want to maintain non-union status must be aware of the significant and rapid shift of the NLRB toward pro-union positions. Everyone expected the NLRB pendulum to swing pro-union, but few observers expected the pendulum to be immediately and forcibly pushed as it has been. First was the prompt and unprecedented ousting of the General Counsel and Deputy General … Continue Reading

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