Cynthia Marcotte Stamer provides “on-demand” counseling to businesses on human resources and staffing issues arising out of their business operations and on how to design, administer and defend their management and compliance policies and practices.
Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Ms Stamer has more than 21 years experience helping business formulate, and defend human resources and staffing challenges from labor and employment, corporate compliance, employee performance, employee benefits and compensation, outsourcing, and other workforce concerns and the legal and operational challenges associated with these activities. She works extensively with health, insurance, technology and other highly regulated clients domestically and internationally. She also advises businesses and governments about public policy a nd regulatory workforce, benefits, health care and other matters.
Ms. Stamer works with businesses and business leaders to manage employment and employee benefit exposures and compliance concerns arising out of daily operations as well as workforce reductions, job restructuring, outsourcing, corporate mergers, acquisitions, sales, bankruptcies, and other significant business and workforce changes. She helps businesses to manage legal and operational risk and improve operations through the use of creative workforce and other management practices to implement and administer internal controls, to investigate compliance concerns, and to respond to associated government investigations, lawsuits and complaints. She also assists businesses to plan for and to respond to workplace disasters, mergers, acquisitions, bankruptcies and other business and operational crises. She has extensive experience helping employers design, document, implement, and defend individual and mass employment transition, termination and layoff selection procedures and decisions to reduce liability and promote objectives.
Business leaders and governments consult her for advice and representation in workforce, immigration, health, education and other policy matters. Her policy work includes experience serving as a lead consultant to the Government of Bolivia on the reform of its Social Security law, input on migration and other policy reforms to leaders in the US and Mexico, as well as ongoing involvement in domestic labor and employment, health care, employee benefit and immigration reforms.
Listed in the International Who’s Who of Professionals, Ms. Stamer is widely published and quoted in numerous national and local publications. She is a popular speaker on human resources and other management topics, who regularly conducts training for businesses on domestic and international employment and other management matters. She presently serves as Chair of the American Bar Association (ABA) RPTE Employee Benefits & Other Compensation Arrangements Group, a Member of the ABA Joint Committee On Employee Benefits Council, Legislative Chair of Dallas Human Resources Management Association and in a host of other professional and civic organizations. For more details, see CynthiaStamer.com.
If you would like to engage Ms. Stamer to advise your organization, to obtain information about arranging for training or presentations by Ms. Stamer, or wish to request other information or materials, please contact Ms. Stamer via telephone at (469) 767-8872 or via e-mail to Cstamer@Solutionslawyer.net.