Employers rely on Greene Espel to conduct internal investigations about their most sensitive and high-stakes workplace issues.
We help employers evaluate their workplaces to avoid surprises. Whether employees raise concerns or employers seek to learn more about ongoing issues, Greene Espel helps understand past acts, internal dynamics, and potential liability issues. We document findings for future use while complying with privacy standards and other legal requirements. And we provide recommendations to avoid litigation and improve workplaces.
Among other things, we:
- Conduct workplace investigations ranging from alleged harassment to discrimination to potential financial misconduct by high-ranking executives and officials;
- Advise clients in conducting their own internal workplace investigations;
- Oversee workplace investigations by third-party employment investigators; and
- Train internal investigators in investigation and interview skills.
Businesses, public institutions, and individuals seek out Greene Espel for representation in a wide range of employment-litigation matters.
We leverage our experience to conduct sensitive and high-profile internal investigations for our clients. We also help clients navigate investigations to mitigate reputational, regulatory, and litigation risks.
Greene Espel partners with employers to foster diverse and inclusive workplaces, to develop and implement employment policies, and to advise about the myriad of employment issues that may arise daily.
Greene Espel Recognized in 2024 "Best Law Firms" Among Nation's Top Firms
The firm has been ranked in the first tier in Minneapolis – the highest ranking available in each city – in nine practice areas.
Chambers USA 2023 Recognizes Greene Espel for Litigation in Minnesota; Jeanette Bazis, Sybil Dunlop, and Kate Swenson Named Notable Practitioners
This year’s recognition highlights the firm’s “widely respected litigation group able to provide expertise across a range of commercial disputes, including both class actions and single-plaintiff claims.”