Our industry-leading experience and understanding of the business of and the legal issues impacting staffing companies empowers you to achieve your business goals. The Taylor English staffing team pulls from a strong background of in-house experience, and includes four former GCs, including the former GC of the U.S. subsidiary of the world’s second largest staffing company. The team also includes senior attorneys with decades of experience at national employment and labor law firms. This high-level experience allows us to understand our staffing clients’ business objectives, the delicate balance between the interests of a staffing company and its customer, and a staffing company’s need to bring predictability to its legal expenditures. We have advised specialized staffing companies in most industries, as well as clients using their services. Our attorneys often collaborate with the American Staffing Association regarding legal and business issues facing the industry.
- Hospitality Staffing Solutions, LLC
- Helpmates Staffing Services
- Rightech Corporation
- Spire Workforce Solutions
"Taylor English understands that when we engage the firm's services, our opportunity for gaining revenue depends upon quick focus and excellent responsiveness. In addition to high-quality legal and industry expertise, the attorneys bring business practicality by advising us when business opportunities do not fit our Company's standards and foregoing the additional legal work that could be performed on such matters. That same business sense allows Taylor English to balance the need to reduce Helpmates' risk, while at the same time working to ensure that our business opportunities are not constrained."
- Dan Struve, Chief Executive Officer, Helpmates Staffing Services
Provide general legal services to several temporary staffing companies and recruitment process outsourcing organizations. Some of these services have included redesigning the client’s contracting process and agreements and assistance in reviewing and negotiating contract terms.
Won summary judgment against the plaintiff’s claim for minimum and overtime wages under the Fair Labor Standards Act based upon the fact that the plaintiff was exempt under the computer professional exemption.
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- Atlanta, Ga., December 10, 2015
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- Prominence is Key: Is Your Limitation of Liability Clause Enforceable in Georgia? Bryan F. Jacoutot
- Contracting with Staffing Companies Steven J. Whitehead