Privacy Compliance for Employers
If you are an employer you are subject to several laws regulating workplace surveillance, background checks, polygraph tests, hiring and employment practices, and privacy of personal information of employees. Employers must be vigilant and implement a privacy program that ensures compliance with all relevant laws. The attorneys at Saeed & Little can help you navigate through these legal mandates and craft a tailored privacy program to address your compliance needs.
Big Ten Champion, record holder 400 IM, first USA Swimming Lawsuit Plaintiff
“When I found out I was violated by my swim coach, I wanted an attorney who truly understood high level athletics. With Jon’s background as an athlete, I knew he was someone I could trust to handle my case. It’s amazing what we have been able to accomplish over the last three years.”
“I had dealt with many attorneys, but Ali has been the most efficient and dedicated attorney by far. His dedication got great results in the final outcome on my lawsuit with Bank of America.”
President, Total Resource Staffing
“I was sued by the franchisor of my staffing business with a promise of closing me down and taking over my business. Jon Little prevailed in the trial, and I was able to continue operating as an independent staffing firm. Jon worked with me on a very flexible payment plan for his fees and was very accessible to answer any questions or concerns about my business. I am very grateful, and appreciate everything Jon Little has done for me and my business. I would highly recommend Jon Little for any and all legal needs you may encounter.”
“If you need help from an attorney, I recommend calling Ali’s office because he will listen before he starts talking about money if any money is needed. He put in much work to bring my mortgage owners to court and forced them to correct my account. Therefore, get the best and forget the rest!”
Director of University Communication at Indiana State University
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