For over 30 years, Rosemarie Hill has been counseling and defending employers on leave, wages, discrimination, harassment, retaliatory discharge, and just about any employment issue from the early stages all the way through trial. She advises on the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and counsels on administrative charges before agencies like the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). She provides legal advice about wage payments under state and federal wage-and-hour laws, concerns about exempt status, hiring, firing, and discipline of employees, as well as retaliation. And, she does all she can to proactively guide her clients through discrimination and harassment issues related to age, gender, disability, race, and national origin. Rosemarie has a strong track record in trial work, and every case she handles receives the utmost intellect and common-sense care.
Rosemarie’s clients come from a variety of sectors, including manufacturing, service, education, and health care. Known for her responsiveness, Rosemarie is willing to bring clients into the defense strategy and cost analysis of each lawsuit or administrative charge. She has counseled employers in just about every area of employment law. Some of her clients include publicly traded manufacturers, private educational and religious-based institutions, and logistics companies. A member of the American College of Trial Lawyers, Rosemarie handles all matters with civility and is a staunch advocate for her clients. She provides prompt, pragmatic solutions and finds legal answers that match the culture of her clients.