McMahon Berger’s attorneys are labor and employment experts, who specialize in helping employers, human resource professionals, and executives understand their legal rights and obligations. Our attorneys can also assist employers navigate the process of going before administrative agencies such as the Missouri Commission on Human Rights (MCHR). The MCHR investigates complaints of discrimination in housing, employment, and places of public accommodation based on race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, disability, age, and familial status.
McMahon Berger’s attorneys have an array of experience representing its clients in front of the MCHR. McMahon Berger can assist employers by drafting policies and procedures that adhere to the Missouri Human Rights Act (MHRA). Moreover, our attorneys can help employers understand their legal rights during MCHR complaints and investigations as well as advise employers on how to properly navigate such investigations.
McMahon Berger’s long history in representing employers and management in the areas of labor and employment law has created a plethora of practical knowledge that allows them to offer training to employers and their supervisors on the MHRA, discrimination policies, the latest Missouri State Court discrimination decisions, and on how to navigate MCHR investigations.
Despite appropriate training and policies and procedures in place, sometimes incidents occur and claims of discrimination are filed. When claims of discrimination arise, McMahon Berger has an exceptional record in obtaining excellent results for clients before the MCHR. We provide our clients with a practical approach to responding to claims of discrimination and resolving such claims. McMahon Berger’s attorneys provide a cost effective and efficient service that will benefit you when these claims arise.