Extensio Law


Employment Law Solutions


Extensio Law provides timely, creative, practical and value-driven employment law solutions that integrate and accelerate employers’ business objectives.

The firm is named “Extensio,” Latin for “extension,” because we commit to complementing our clients’ leadership teams. We invest in learning our clients’ business strategies and challenges, we cultivate long-term relationships and we leverage shared institutional memory to provide an executive perspective with legal expertise.

Get in touch with us to set up a consultation and determine whether our services are right for your company.




80 M Street SE
Washington, DC 20003




Areas of Practice


Employment law is complex and evolving, and employers faced with HR dilemmas require immediate, experienced and practical counsel that both advances the company’s business objectives and preserves organizational core values. Extensio Law actively partners with CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CAOs, human resources professionals and in-house lawyers to develop creative and strategic solutions to a variety of employment law and risk issues, including performance management, claims of employment discrimination or harassment, hiring and separation, disability (FMLA/ADA), leave management, employment agreements, non competition and restrictive covenants, workplace violence, mass layoffs, reductions in force, wage and hour, background screening and management of independent contractors.


Employment policies are an essential compass point for any organization. They represent the culture of an enterprise, its discipline, its commitments and its expectations. An Employee Handbook is alternatively used as recruiting collateral, a retention tool and critical evidence of compliance. How policies are written, what is included and excluded, and the consistency of application are important considerations that require a seasoned perspective. Extensio Law has decades of experience working with clients to design and implement customized, modern, legally compliant employment policies that seamlessly integrate their various purposes.

In addition to developing employment policies, Extensio also works with clients to develop documents supporting the full life cycle of an employment relationship: for example, job descriptions, job applications, onboarding documentation, releases, performance management instruments, and separation forms.


The process of developing and finalizing executive employment agreements requires skill, experience and grace. The goal of an agreement is to protect the employer’s interests while cultivating the commitment of the executive who will be leading an organization and ensuring its success. The design and negotiation process involves long-term perspective, business acumen and attention to detail. Extensio Law serves as a seasoned partner to both employers and executives, applying the knowledge, diligence and diplomacy required to get to “yes.”

Extensio Law uses similar skills and experience to design and draft Restrictive Covenants (e.g., non-competition, confidentiality, no-raiding, non-solicitation), Severance Agreements, Compensation and Commission Plans and Independent Contractor Agreements.


Prompt, corrective, remedial action in response to an allegation of employee misconduct provides a defense in litigation and, as importantly, helps an organization to be responsible, transparent and continuously learning. Extensio Law applies seasoned judgment, decades of experience and modern investigative techniques to conduct sensitive internal investigations into allegations of harassment, discrimination, ethics violations, and other employee misconduct.


Extensio Law delivers in-person interactive, engaging and customized Manager and Employee training and meeting facilitation in all areas of Human Resources Management and Employment Law. Content is customized to meet the specific learning objectives of the client. Topics may include:

  • Discrimination and Harassment Prevention

  • Corporate Compliance and Ethics

  • Navigating the Employment Law Landscape

  • Managing within the Law

  • Employment Law Concerns for Government Contractors

  • Diversity with Inclusion

  • Leave Management

  • Interviewing

  • Performance Management

  • Designing and Delivering Training with Impact

  • Conducting Effective Workplace Investigations

  • Effective Leadership in an Evolving Legal Environment

The painting used on our corporate branding is called Intersections. It is the work of artist Jen Sterling and it represents the intersection of bold and inspiring strokes of color and power. At Extensio Law, we believe that long-term partnerships are formed at the intersection of service, trust, challenge, and opportunity. We believe that our relationships are propelled and sustained by the art of collaboration and creativity.