Employment and labor lawyers help employees in the workplace, and they also represent employers. They help employees and their families recover money and other compensation for a host of illegal practices. In addition to other labor-related disputes, they handle issues of discrimination (ADA, family leave, ERISA), wage claims, wrongful termination or demotion, invasion of privacy, whistle-blowing (Qui Tam), harassment, unemployment, retaliation, and workers compensation. Employment and labor law professionals handle disputes with insurance claims, lawsuits, and court trials. For employers, employment and labor attorneys review contracts, agreements, and policy publications. They can fine-tune non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, severance agreements, independent contractor agreements, collective bargaining agreements, trade secrets documentation, employee policy manuals, and dispute resolution procedures. They also negotiate with claimants, public workers, unions, and labor organizations.