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Jason E. Reisman devotes his practice to the representation of management in all aspects of labor relations and employment law with a particular focus on wage and hour matters, including providing training and guidance on overtime and exemption issues, handling Department of Labor audits and defending collective and class action litigation under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and similar state statutes. Mr. Reisman has extensive experience in equal employment opportunity matters before state and federal agencies, including federal employment discrimination litigation under Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and similar state laws. He also possesses in-depth experience with union collective bargaining negotiations and in handling representation case and unfair labor practice case proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board. Mr. Reisman regularly assists his clients in the preparation of, and enforcement of litigation regarding, executive employment/severance agreements, including non-competition and other restrictive covenants.

Mr. Reisman’s clients range from small family-owned businesses to large multi-national corporations and represent a wide array of industries. He has represented manufacturers, chemical companies, healthcare-related organizations and providers, professional services firms, transportation providers, and warehouse and distribution operators, among others. Mr. Reisman’s ability to focus on his client’s business and objectives and to develop a plan to accomplish those objectives has proven to be invaluable. He is a calming influence, while being comfortable finding creative and unique ways to resolve everyday workplace situations. As a counselor, coach, and litigator, he believes in the importance of ensuring his clients understand how the labor and employment law landscape impacts their business, budget, and strategies. Mr. Reisman prides himself on being viewed as a valuable member of the business team. To that end, he is accessible and responsive around-the-clock to his clients.


Practice areas


  1. Employment: 66%
  2. Employee Benefits: 34%


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Contact info

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP

One Penn Center, 19th Floor, 1617 John F Kennedy Boulevard

Philadelphia, PA, 19103-1895


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Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Super LawyerPennsylvania Super Lawyers2013
Super LawyerPennsylvania Super Lawyers2012
Super LawyerPennsylvania Super Lawyers2011
Super LawyerPennsylvania Super Lawyers2010
Super LawyerPennsylvania Super Lawyers2007
Super LawyerPennsylvania Super Lawyers2006
Super LawyerPennsylvania Super Lawyers2005
Super LawyerPennsylvania Super Lawyers2004
AV Peer Review RatedMartindale-Hubbell2000
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PartnerObermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP1994 - Present
Association namePosition nameDuration
American Bar AssociationMember1994 - Present
Pennsylvania Bar AssociationMember1994 - Present
Philadelphia Bar AssociationMember1994 - Present
Publication nameTitleDate
The Legal IntelligencerSmartphone Overtime: The FLSA Knows No Bounds2013
HR LegalistWage & Hour Words of Wisdom: Beware of “Connectivity” Overtime for Non-Exempt Employees2013
Wage & Hour Defense InstituteWal-Mart Dodges Another Bullet, Allowing Third Circuit to Clarify Final Certification Standard in FLSA Collective Action2012
The Advocate (MSBA)Just "Leave" Me Alone2012
Wage and Hour Defense Institute BlogThere Goes The Neighborhood–Third Circuit Decides FLSA “Opt-In” Collective Actions and State Law “Opt-Out” Class Actions Can Exist In The Same Lawsuit2012
The Magazine of Industrial Relations and Operating Management“How To Investigate Workplace Misconduct & Avoid The HP Syndrome”2007
Human Resource Executive Online“Avoiding the HP Syndrome When Investigating Misconduct”2007
Limousine Digest"The New FLSA Overtime Regulations: Window Dressing or Meaningful Overhaul?"2007
The Legal Intelligencer“Intersection of Bonuses and FLSA - Is More Overtime Pay Due?”2003
Pennsylvania Law Weekly“Intersection of Bonuses and FLSA - Is More Overtime Pay Due?”2003
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Georgetown University Law CenterLawJD - Juris Doctor1994
University of PennsylvaniaFinanceBS - Bachelor of Science1991
University of PennsylvaniaAccountingBS - Bachelor of Science1991
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
5th Annual In-House Counsel ConferenceWicked Wage & Hour Trouble Spots: Is Anyone Really Ever ‘Off-The-Clock’?”2013