“MBM does not provide cookie-cutter human resources solutions. We get to know our clients, and we take the time to understand their business and long-term goals before anything else. This is a partnership. We are here to make sure you stay in compliance with the HR law and have a clear path forward to success.”

-Lawrence Maiello, Partner
Maiello Brungo & Maiello

Human resources compliance issues require tailored counseling and innovation, not cookie-cutter solutions.

Maiello Brungo & Maiello highly regarded Human Resources lawyers regularly advise employers on developing policies and procedures in compliance with the increasing number of employment laws and regulations. Our law firm’s attorneys partner with executives, business owners, and stakeholders on both large and small employment matters – everything from hiring and termination to building a Human Resources department from the ground up. Our lawyers take a proactive approach by conducting client training programs and aiding company leadership, human resource professionals, and in-house attorneys to institute and apply best legal practices.


Local, State, and Federal Human Resources Compliance Law

Navigating the intricacies of employment laws and regulations is no easy feat. MBM’s Human Resources Lawyers will ensure your business complies with all local, state, and federal employment requirements.

We can help you decipher: 


Implementing robust human resources policies and procedures today could likely save your business significant time and resources in the future.

Our Human Resources attorneys in Pittsburgh & Wexford have extensive experience counseling employers on all areas of employment law, including:

  • Create hiring plans and policies, professional development programs, performance review and management processes, and retention programs
  • Review, draft and revise employment contracts, offer letters, independent contractor agreements, non-disclosure, and confidentiality agreements
  • Draft and implement industry-appropriate employment policies, including a personalized Employee Handbook relevant to the company’s culture
  • Oversee employee relations issues and counsel on disciplinary actions and terminations
  • Investigate claims of harassment, discrimination, or wrongful termination
  • Protect the company’s proprietary information and trade secrets
  • Audit minimum wage and hour policies and human resources practices to ensure they are compliant with local, state, and federal law requirements
  • Act as outside human resource department to assist leaders in handling day-to-day employee issues

MBM’s Human Resources lawyers provide practical, preventative legal counseling that can greatly reduce your business’ exposure to employment issues. Let the MBM Human Resources legal team help position your business for success. Contact us today at 412-242-4400 or to discuss your specific employment needs.


When it comes to Human Resources Compliance & Strategic HR Counseling, one size does not fit all. Local, state, and federal law, and regulations may apply differently to companies based on their size and industry.

Our PA Human Resources attorneys work with businesses of all sizes and have extensive experience partnering with and understanding the nuances of a variety of industries including:

  • Manufacturing
  • Hospitality
  • Technology
  • Finance and Consulting
  • Construction
  • Education
  • Information
  • Real Estate


Our Pittsburgh- and Wexford-based lawyers provide tailored human resources compliance training programs that address your business’ unique challenges. They educate your senior leadership and employees on relevant human resources policies and procedures.

A sampling of some of the training sessions we have provided to our clients include:

  • Sexual Harassment Training
  • Management Training
  • Sensitivity and Diversity Workshops
  • Employee Relations
  • Hiring, Discipline, and Termination
  • Workplace Drug Policies and Enforcement
  • Protected, Concerted Activity and Social Media
  • Collective Bargaining Strategies
  • Employee Handbooks and Personnel Policies
  • Criminal Investigations and Employee Background Checks
  • Protect Your Competitive Advantage
  • Current Labor Issues for Union and Non-Union Workplaces
  • Employee Health and Safety