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ATTORNEY EXPERIENCED IN LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW, EMPLOYEE RELATIONS, HUMAN RESOURCES, ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY, DATA SECURITY AND ELECTRONIC RECORD KEEPING MATTERS.
COUNSEL AND REPRESENT CLIENTS IN EMPLOYMENT LAW, EMPLOYEE RELATIONS AND HUMAN RESOURCES MATTERS
Represent clients in administrative proceedings and litigation concerning Title VII, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, state wage and hour laws, the National Labor Relations Act, the Worker Adjustment Retraining and Notification Act, the New York State Human Rights Law, the New York City Human Rights Law, other federal, state and local laws governing employment relationships and workplace conduct, classification of individuals as independent contractors and restrictive covenants, non-solicitation and non-competitions agreements..
Negotiate and draft executive employment contracts and severance and release agreements.
Perform due diligence and advise clients on employment, labor law and contract matters during corporate transactions.
Investigate employee complaints of discrimination and harassment; recommend and implement appropriate responsive action.
Prepare EEO and sexual harassment training materials; conduct training sessions.
Draft personnel policies and procedures.
Supervise associates and paralegals.
Negotiate collective bargaining agreements.
Investigated unfair labor practice charges while at the NLRB, researched issues and devised reports to Regional Director recommending NLRB action.
ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY, DATA SECURITY AND ELECTRONIC RECORD KEEPING
Manage large scale electronic discovery projects.
Extensive knowledge of various e-discovery platforms.
Devise search terms and predictive coding protocols.
Advise clients on data security matters.
Counsel clients on laws and issues concerning electronic record keeping,
Hourly ($350-400/hour), contingent (33%)
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|NY||Due to reregister within 30 days of birthday||2002||07/10/2016|
|Founder||Baron Law Group||2013 - Present|
|Special Counsel||Wollmuth Maher & Deutsch, LLP||2002 - Present|
|Associate||Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe||1994 - 2002|
|Intern/Field Examiner||National Labor Relations Board||1993 - 1994|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|New York City Bar Association, Federal Courts Committee||Chair, E-Discovery Subcommittee||2011 - Present|
|New York City Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Committee||N/A||2007 - 2010|
|Perdigo v. Boricua College||Successfully Resolved Case in EEOC Mediation|
|DeVito v. BestWeb Corporation||Successfully Used Rule 68 Offer of Judgment to Settle Case on Favorable Terms|
|D'Agostino v. LA Fitness||Won Dismissal on Summary Judgment|
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|Baron Law Group Employment Law Blog||What is the Enforceability of Restrictive Covenants When an Employer Terminates an At-Will Employee Without Cause?||2015|
|Baron Law Group Employment Law Blog||Enforceability of an Oral Employment Contract||2015|
|Baron Law Group Employment Law Blog||Definition of a Public Works Project for Prevailing Wage Purposes||2014|
|Baron Law Group Employment Law Blog||PART 1 OF AN INTRODUCTION TO THE LAW ON ENFORCEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS||2014|
|Baron Law Group Employment Law Blog||NEW YORK COURT OF APPEALS RULES ON THE EXTENT A COURT SHOULD GIVE DEFERENCE TO A DEPARTMENT OF LABOR DETERMINATION||2014|
|The New York Minutes, Southern District of New York FBA Chapter Newsletter||The Why and How of Determining Whether a Worker is an Independent Contractor or Employee||2013|
|Bloomberg Law Reports||New York Court of Appeals Rejects Attempt to Circumvent Employment At-Will Doctrine Based on “Fraudulent Inducement” Claim||2008|
|Practicing Law Institute (PLI)||Age Discrimination in Employment Act||2002|
|Practicing Law Institute (PLI) Employment Law Year Book||Wrongful Termination||2001|
|Fordham University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2001|
|Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations||Industrial and Labor Relations||MS - Master of Science||1995|
|RPI||Industrial and Management Systems Engineering||BS - Bachelor of Science||1991|
|E-Discovery: Best Practices and Ethical Implications||Electronic Discovery||2012|
|Electronic Discovery Practice and Procedure: Understanding the Legal, Practical and Procedural Aspects of E-Discovery||Electronic Discovery||2008|
|Electronic Discovery in Employment Law||Electronic Discovery||2007|