Advise companies on all types of international and U.S. employment law issues, including sex harassment investigations and prevention training, handling executive and other sensitive corporate situations, global and U.S. reorganizations, cross-border matters of all types, U.S. and worldwide employment law audits, policies and training
U.S. AND GLOBAL EMPLOYMENT LAW AUDITS
Assess whether the minimum employment law standards are being met by the company, give recommendations for appropriate solutions to minimize legal risk and assist with implementing the solutions.
Manage cross-border employment law projects, such as start-up business activities abroad, preparation and roll-out of multiple-country policies and downsizing.
Train Management and Human Resources on a variety of U.S. and global employment law topics including: top manager employment law mistakes, recruitment pitfalls, performance management, discrimination, harassment and other compliance issues.
Assist with the selection of law firms domestically and/or internationally to maximize synergy, and work with the firms on specific issues to ensure that the company is getting the most realistic and practical legal advice.
Holly A. Silver, P.C. is strongly committed to client service, and will use its extensive experience and unique perspective to provide its clients with top quality strategic, innovative and practical employment law advice.
Holly Silver received an award from Lawyer Monthly for 2018 Labor and Employment Lawyer in the U.S.
Lawyer Monthly’s Women in Law Awards recognizes the outstanding contribution and legal expertise displayed by women in law globally across all legal platforms. Here is the link to the magazine press release and below is Ms. Silver's profile in the Lawyer Monthly Women in Law Awards edition.
Holly Silver Inducted to the Fellows of the American Bar Association
Holly Silver was recently inducted into the Fellows of the American Bar Association. The Fellows is an honorary organization of attorneys, judges, law faculty, and legal scholars who have been elected by their peers to become members of The Fellows. They have demonstrated outstanding achievements and dedication to the welfare of their communities and to the highest principles of the legal profession. Membership in The Fellows is limited to less than one percent of lawyers licensed to practice in each state or other jurisdiction. Members are nominated by Fellows in their jurisdiction and elected by the Board of the American Bar Foundation.