Successfully defended employer in disability, age and race discrimination matter.
Drafted CEO Agreement which during hotly-contested proxy fight.
Successfully defended cross-border complex international dispute.
Counseled employers in a range of employee-relations matters including terminations, wage-hour issues, policy drafting.
State of New York, and in the Southern, Eastern and Northern District Courts of New York, 2005
‘Bringing the workforce back: Guidance from the EEOC regarding high-risk employees,’ Withers Insight - May 8, 2020, author
‘Temporary flexibility for I-9 review as US workforce in flux,’ Withers Insight - March 25, 2020, author
‘New paid leave laws in US amid Coronavirus outbreak,’ Withers Insight - March 20, 2020, co-author
‘Why Art World Employment Agreements Are under Increasing Scrutiny,’ Artsy - August 22, 2019, co-author
‘Are Federal LGBT Protections Coming to the Workplace?’ HR Magazine - April 23, 2019, quoted
‘State Of The States: New Employment Laws So Far in 2019,’ Law360 - March 29, 2019, quoted
‘Will New York Revise Sexual Harassment Prevention Standards?’ Society for Human Resource Management - March 1, 2018, quoted
“Fired Google Engineer James Damore’s ‘Media Tour’ Not Likely To Help His Legal Case,” Forbes - August 11, 2017, quoted
‘Why Uber investors revolted against Travis Kalanick,’ CBS MoneyWatch - June 22, 2017, quoted
‘Uber adds tipping for drivers,’ CNBC.com, June 20, 2017, quoted
‘Uber is losing its edge on hiring great talent at the worst possible time, recruiters say,’ CNBC.com - June 18, 2017, quoted
‘The Six Looming Legal Threats that could Sink Uber, According to Lawyers,’ CNBC.com - June 18, 2017, quoted
‘Uber Has a Lot of Growing Up on its Agenda,’ San Francisco Chronicle - June 17, 2017, quoted
‘Reasonable Regulations Against Age Discrimination’, Law360 - January 2012, co-author
‘Supreme Court Denies Class Certification in Wal-Mart Case’, American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, Corporate Counsel - 2011, co-author
‘Child Welfare: Court May Determine Whether Life-Sustaining Treatment should be Withdrawn’, Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics - 2003
New York State Bar Association
‘The CARES Act,’ Surgent Webinar - April 8, 2020, co-presenter