Member Firm Profile

Gokenbach Law, LLC

Firm Profile

Address:

Gokenbach Law, LLC
Industry Commercial Building
3001 Brighton Blvd., Suite 2660
Denver, Colorado 80216

Phone: (866) 578 6223
Fax: (303) 990 8131

Firm Size:

Lawyers

Primary Contact:

Jennifer L. Gokenbach
jennifer@gokenbachlaw.com

Attorneys Admitted to Practice In:

Colorado

Firm Description

Gokenbach Law, LLC is a woman-owned, boutique labor and employment defense firm located in Denver, Colorado. We are a small business helping business. We endeavor to provide our clients with a fresh, practical, and meaningful approach to the law. As a boutique law firm, we understand the challenges and obstacles involved with running a business, managing employees, and staying in compliance with the vast array of federal, state and local employment laws, rules and regulations, as well as keeping up with the twists and turns of emerging technology. It’s not easy being a business owner, executive or manager in today’s world. You want to grow your business. You want to focus on the passion that led you to take the risk to build a business and ensure its growth. You don’t want to be bogged down with employment-related problems. We want to help you protect what you have built.  Our goal is to help alleviate the burden of employment claims, both proactively and, if necessary, as our client's champion should litigation arise.

At the onset of every new matter, we utilize our breadth of training and experience to develop a strategy for each client that is unique, results-oriented, and cost-effective. We also work closely with each client to determine how best to handle each unique matter, whether it be on an hourly or alternative fee basis. In addition, we pride ourselves on communication, client empowerment through knowledge exchange and education, and the development of long-lasting relationships.

We also care about the environment - we have a paperless office.  We love our pets - they are family to us and we welcome dogs at our dog-friendly offices. We believe in integrity and professionalism - the Attorney’s Oath means something to us. And, last but not least, we want our clients to feel satisfied that their legal costs provided value.  Every client of Gokenbach Law, LLC has access to their secure client file via an online 24/7 client portal.  We also maintain a widely-read legal blog with information applicable to employers in Colorado and beyond – Colorado Employer’s Law Blog (www.coloradoemployerslaw.com), and welcome all with interest in management-side employment law topics to join the conversation on the firm’s Twitter page: @employmentlawUS
 

To learn more, visit http://www.coloradoemployerslaw.com.

Firm Representatives

Jennifer L. Gokenbach is the founding member of Gokenbach Law, LLC. She regularly represents businesses of all sizes in federal and state courts across the United States and in administrative proceedings, including those before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Civil Rights Division, and the Department of Labor. She also enjoys teaching trial skills as a faculty member with the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, mentoring new lawyers with the Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program (CAMP), and rescuing dogs through OutPaws Animal Rescue in Colorado.

Practice Specialties

  • Employment Litigation Defense
  • Discrimination/Human rights
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Wrongful discharge/Wrongful dismissal
  • Class, collective and representative actions (defense of)
  • EEOC/EEO investigations
  • FMLA
  • Retaliation/Whistleblower claims
  • Internal complaint investigations
  • Class actions
  • Wage and hour/FLSA defense/Employment standards
  • Responses to administrative agency charges
  • Employment Counseling and Advice
  • Supervisor and harassment/violence training
  • Handbook Review
  • Compliance/Compliance audits
  • Leave laws
  • Personnel policies
  • Wage and hour audits
  • Employment Contracts and Litigation
  • Non-compete/non-solicit agreements
  • Confidentiality and trade secret agreements
  • Trade secrets and non-compete agreements
  • Termination provisions (statutory requirements and reasonable notice)