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Employment Law


Anderson Agostino & Keller, P.C. is a South Bend, Indiana law firm that has a large practice area focused on employment, labor law, and complex litigation. Although most of our cases are in federal and state courts in Indiana, we appear in courts and arbitrations throughout Michigan, Illinois, and before the National Labor Relations Board. Our firm’s attorneys are devoted to representing corporations, individuals, executives, class plaintiffs and labor unions in all aspects of employment, labor law and litigation.

Our firm represents employers in defending employment discrimination cases, reviewing and drafting employee handbooks, and assists employers with other issues such as non-competition agreements and other contract matters.

Plaintiff’s Litigation

The Firm represents business executives, individual employees, and classes of employees in all types of employment matters, including discrimination based on age, sex, race, national origin, religion, and disability, as well as retaliation claims based upon the assertion of protected discrimination complaints. We also represent plaintiffs in claims involving breach of contract, whistleblowing, Sarbanes-Oxley, sexual harassment, covenants not to compete, defamation, slander, and the FMLA. We are highly experienced in state court, federal court, and in arbitration.

Labor Law

The Firm represents employers and labor unions whose members work in many different kinds of jobs. We handle cases under the National Labor Relations Act, Railway Labor Act, and the Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act. AAK lawyers participate in labor-management negotiations, advice, and litigation of labor arbitration cases.

Overtime and Minimum Wage Violations

The Firm handles class action and collective action claims for unpaid overtime and misclassification under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Breach of Contract Litigation

The Firm handles complex breach of contract actions for individuals and businesses representing the plaintiff individual or the plaintiff entity.

Is the Non Compete You Signed Reasonable?

Did you sign a non compete? Do you want to hire someone who had signed a non compete agreement? Is the non compete agreement enforceable. Attorney Tracey Schafer provides helpful insights about non compete agreements.

 Experienced Employment Law Attorneys 

Peter J. Agostino


Michael P. Misch


Stephanie L. Nemeth