Bill Egan

Attorney

Bill Egan brings over 30 years of proven experience to the firm. He serves as an advisor, counselor and advocate to Avisen’s employment law practice. Bill works with a diverse client base of privately held businesses, small-cap publicly traded companies, business owners and executives. Bill tactfully guides clients through the complex and often times counterintuitive legal issues that arise in the workplace.
 
Bill brings common-sense and a calming perspective to volatile, sensitive and emotional issues. His clients appreciate the principled, purposeful and understanding approach he brings to their workplace. Bill routinely guides organizations with his expertise in a multitude of areas such as whistleblower complaints, employee discipline and termination, disability and other discrimination charges, employee theft and fraud, drug testing, sexual harassment and improper workplace misconduct.


Beyond the workplace Bill carries a special interest in executive issues, including the drafting and enforcement of executive employment agreements, non-compete agreements, bonus and commission plans, executive compensation, transition and severance issues.


Education:

  • William Mitchell College of Law

  • University of Notre Dame

  • St. Thomas Academy

Presentations & Speaking Engagements:

  • Lessons Learned: Keeping the Competition Out of Your Kitchen, 11/01/2017
  • Twin Cities Startup Week, Darwin Lessons, 10/13/2017

In his spare time, he enjoys spending time at the family lake home, cycling and performing home improvement projects for which he is totally unqualified.


You can reach Bill directly at 612-455-3974.


Areas of Practice

Bill has more than 30 years of experience as an advisor, counselor and advocate, helping clients navigate the complex and often times counterintuitive legal issues that arise in the workplace.

Employment Law

Over time, the American workplace has become highly regulated. If not well-managed, it can be a platform for expensive, energy-sapping and time-consuming litigation. Every business should have a responsive, knowledgeable and practiced employment law attorney to assist in navigating workplace issue and concerns before they became full-fledged disputes and lawsuits. Rare is the employee lawsuit that could not have been avoided by timely legal advice and effective communication.


At Avisen Legal, we bring a “been there, done that” savvy to workplace issues that goes beyond mere knowledge of statutes, regulations and case law affecting the employment relationship. We understand the human element, as well. While we have not seen everything that can go wrong the workplace, we have seen most of it and our advice is informed by those experiences. We serve our clients as advisors, negotiators, investigators, advocates and peacemakers.

  • Whistleblower Issues
  • Non-Compete Agreements
  • Employment Agreements
  • Trade Secret Issues
  • Discrimination
  • Harassment
  • Compensation Claims
  • Embezzlement and Workplace Fraud
  • Litigation
  • Mediation

Offices:
901 Marquette Ave S.
Suite 1675
Minneapolis, MN 55302

Call Us:

(612) 584-3400