THE WORKPLACE COUNSEL LLC AND GOKENBACH LAW LLC MERGE TO EXPAND EMPLOYMENT LAW DEFENSE PRACTICE PRESS RELEASE!!!
DENVER, Colorado, May 2019 — Furthering their dedication to providing results-oriented and cost-effective legal counsel in employment law matters, The Workplace Counsel LLC and Gokenbach Law LLC are pleased to announce their new strategic law firm.
The Workplace Counsel LLC and Gokenbach Law LLC are Denver-based boutique law firms focused on employment law defense and day-to-day counsel for workplace matters. Effective May 1, 2019, the two firms merged to provide high quality labor and employment law services under the name The Workplace Counsel™.
The Workplace Counsel™ is now also the exclusive Colorado firm for Worklaw® Network, a network of independent law firms in the United States, Canada, Australia, Europe, and Mexico representing employers and management in labor and employment matters.
Gokenbach Law LLC Managing Partner, Jennifer Gokenbach said: “Joining with Stephen and The Workplace Counsel LLC is an exciting opportunity to partner with other like-minded attorneys who want to champion their business clients in employment law matters at a reasonable cost. The large law firm model, which typically staffs legal matters with multiple attorneys of varying experience levels and at high rates, is not ideal for many businesses. When 99.7% of all U.S. employers have less than 500 employees, simple economics shows that a small business hit with a legal claim needs seasoned and cost-effective legal counsel.”
“Jennifer's outstanding reputation for trial work, substantive litigation, and high client satisfaction makes her an excellent partner to merge with,” said Stephen Rotter, The Workplace Counsel LLC's Managing Partner. “By combining our firms, we're able to provide the highest-quality legal services directed toward relieving our clients' stress, reducing costs, and delivering practical solutions. In keeping with our firm's strategy, we are open to partnering with exceptional attorneys to meet our clients' needs in all aspects of workplace law.”