Erin A. Hertzog is an employment and labor law attorney representing both employee and employer clients. Erin’s practice involves counseling clients on a broad range of employment protections and legal requirements under state and federal law. She also assists clients in bringing and defending employment claims before various government agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Arizona Department of Economic Security, U.S. Department of Labor, and other regulatory agencies. Likewise, Erin litigates all types of employment related disputes and claims in both Arizona state court and Federal District Court
Erin has significant experience assisting clients in a wide variety of employment and labor issues, including, but not limited to:
Erin also works with employers to develop innovative, practical and cost-effective solutions to prevent and manage workplace problems and avoid legal battles wherever possible. Erin’s practice includes assisting employers with drafting employment contracts, handbooks and policies, developing and executing audit, investigation and recordkeeping procedures and conducting highly engaging, comprehensive training programs for managers and other employees.
Erin is a natural born advocate who has always gravitated toward opportunities to represent others in the protection and advancement of their needs and interests. Before entering the legal profession, Erin had a professional career as a Government Affairs Director lobbying for higher education at the Arizona State Legislature. Erin also served as the Student Body President of the University of Arizona during her undergraduate education and she remains involved in mentoring young student leaders at the university today.