Achieving Success Through Education First

At Landegger Verano & Davis, our goal is to achieve success for our clients while ensuring their utmost satisfaction by emphasizing effective management of the employer-employee relationship. Our commitment to providing insightful guidance, not only navigates the dynamic landscape of ever-evolving employee-centered litigation, but also strategically mitigates legal risks and reduces the liklihood of litigation.

We firmly believe in delivering tangible outcomes by collaborating closely with employers through the fostering of ongoing education and implementing proative training measures. Our tailored approach bridges the gap between legal expertise and practical, client-centered solutions, thus ensuring a harmonious and legally sound employer-employee relationship.

We promote our “education first” philosophy available to both current and prospective clients through our online webinars and trainings, as well as in-person consultations:

  • Mandatory Sexual Harassment Training  VIDEO BELOW
  • How to Discipline and Terminate Without Being Sued (Management Series)
  • HR Training 101
  • Employee Handbook Design
  • Wage and Hour Compliance Audits
  • DOWNLOAD May 2024 Mandatory Forms and Policies Required by California Law

Committed to making the workplace better, we offer comprehensive resources to train and educate employers such as:

    Employee classification, wage-and-hour issues, sexual harassment and discrimination prevention, drafting comprehensive and legally compliant employee handbooks, and more . Check out our YouTube channel for informative training and educational videos on some of the latest development in employment laws for business owners, managers, and human resources professionals to avoid employee lawsuits.


    Employee Classification

    Federal exemption guidelines for salaried employees. This answers a common question asked by many employers and business owners: Can I classify my employee as an independent contractor 1099 worker?

    Common Employer HR Questions

    This is a must-watch video that will definitely clarify many of your employment law concerns. Roxana Verano, Esq. explains in detail about exempt vs non-exempt, hourly employees vs salaried employees! She also answers the question, “Am I liable to my employee who chooses not to take a meal/lunch break?” and “Can I terminate an employee after this employee has exhausted his or her FMLA leaves?”

    Eliminating FMLA/ADA Confusion

    This video explains this important topic of FMLA,
    California family leave, ADA, and various types of leaves of absence laws thoroughly.




    Sexual Harassment


    2024 California

    Employment and

    Labor Law Update

    Class Action Lawsuits

    – Most Expensive

    Mistakes to Avoid

    California Pay


    and Reporting

    Eliminating FMLA/

    ADA Confusion

    We look forward to meeting with you

    to discuss how we can become a part of your team and help your company succeed and prosper.
    We will serve as your trusted counsel for all your employment law needs. Please contact us for more information.