As a Shareholder at Seaton, Peters & Revnew, P.A., Corie dedicates her practice exclusively to advising and representing employers in labor and employment matters.  Because she represents management exclusively, she maintains an innovative and proactive approach to labor and employment law matters. She regularly represents employers in federal and state courts and before a variety of federal and state administrative agencies.  Corie possesses in-depth knowledge and experience in all areas of labor and employment law. Through a client-oriented approach, she works closely with employers to develop proactive solutions to labor and employment disputes and build preventive strategies to promote positive and effective employee relations.

Employment Litigation

Corie has represented employers in state and federal courts as well as before state and federal administrative agencies involving claims relating to:

  • Wrongful Termination & Retaliatory Discharge
  • Employment Discrimination and Harassment
  • Whistleblower Violations
  • Wage & Hour Violations
  • Unfair Competition & Misappropriation of Trade Secrets
  • Employee Benefits
  • Work Place Safety
  • Employment Contracts
  • State/Federal Leave Statutes

Proactive Employee Relations Strategies

Through comprehensive human resource audits, supervisory training, preparation of employment policies and handbooks, and counseling managers and supervisors on the application and enforcement of workplace policies, Corie helps businesses achieve effective compliance with workplace regulations while promoting the management objective to establish and maintain positive employee relations.  She provides advice on:

  • Employee Handbooks, Policies & Procedures
  • Substance Abuse Policies & Procedures
  • Harassment and Discrimination Investigations
  • Employment Discrimination Claims
  • Hiring Practices
  • Management of Workplace Absences
  • Workplace Misconduct Investigations
  • Wage and Hour Compliance
  • Workplace Safety
  • Family Medical Leave Act & State Leave Laws
  • Employment Contracts & Non-Compete Agreements
  • Reductions in Force/Restructuring
  • Independent Contractor Issues