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Jackson Lewis P.C.

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Co-Chairs: William J Anthony, Kevin G Lauri
US Offices: The firm also has offices in Alabama: Birmingham; Arizona: Phoenix; California: Los Angeles, Orange County, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, Silicon Valley; Colorado: Denver; Connecticut: Hartford; District of Columbia: Washington DC Region; Florida: Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Tampa; Georgia: Atlanta; Hawaii: Honolulu; Illinois: Chicago; Indiana: Indianapolis; Kansas: Kansas City Region; Louisiana: New Orleans; Maryland: Baltimore; Massachusetts: Boston; Michigan: Detroit, Grand Rapids; Minnesota: Minneapolis; Missouri: Kansas City, St. Louis; Nebraska: Omaha; Nevada: Las Vegas; New Hampshire: Portsmouth; New Jersey: Berkeley Heights, Monmouth County; New Mexico: Albuquerque; New York: Albany, Long Island, New York City; North Carolina: Charlotte, Raleigh; Ohio: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dayton; Oregon: Portland; Pennsylvania: Philadelphia, Pittsburgh; Puerto Rico: San Juan; Rhode Island: Providence; South Carolina: Greenville; South Dakota: Rapid City; Tennessee: Memphis; Texas: Austin, Dallas, Houston; Utah: Salt Lake City; Virginia: Norfolk, Richmond; Washington: Seattle; and Wisconsin: Milwaukee, Madison.

Firm Overview:
Focused on labor and employment law since 1958, Jackson Lewis P.C.’s 950+ attorneys located in major cities nationwide consistently identify and respond to new ways workplace law intersects business. Jackson Lewis helps employers develop proactive strategies, strong policies and business-oriented solutions to cultivate high-functioning workforces that are engaged, stable and diverse, and share its clients’ goals to emphasize inclusivity and respect for the contribution of every employee.

Main Areas of Practice:
The firm has a wide range of practice areas, including affirmative action compliance and OFCCP defense; class actions and complex litigation; collegiate and professional sports; corporate diversity counseling; corporate governance and internal investigations; disability, leave and health management; employee benefits; ERISA complex litigation; general employment litigation; health law and transactions; immigration; international employment issues; labor and preventive practices; non-competes and protection against unfair competition; privacy, data and cybersecurity; wage and hour; white collar and government enforcement; workplace safety and health; and workplace training.

Affirmative Action Compliance & OFCCP Defense:
Matthew J Camardella, K. Joy Chin

Class Actions & Complex Litigation:
Stephanie L Adler-Paindiris, David R Golder, Eric R Magnus

Collegiate & Professional Sports:
Gregg E Clifton, Paul V Kelly

Corporate Diversity Counseling:
John M Bryson, Weldon H Latham

Corporate Governance & Internal Investigations:
Richard J Cino, David R Jimenez

Disability, Leave & Health Management:
Francis P Alvarez

Employee Benefits:
Joy M Napier-Joyce

ERISA Complex Litigation:
Howard Shapiro, René E Thorne

General Employment Litigation:
Nadine C Abrahams, John M Nolan

Health Law & Transactions:
Michael R Bertoncini, Greg Riolo

Michael H Neifach, Amy L Peck

International Employment Issues:
Contacts: John
L Sander

Labor & Preventive Practices:
Jonathan J Spitz, Richard F Vitarelli

Non-Competes & Protection Against Unfair Competition:
Clifford R Atlas, Erik J Winton

Privacy, Data & Cybersecurity:
Joseph J Lazzarotti

Wage & Hour:
Jeffrey W Brecher

White Collar & Government Enforcement:
Paul V Kelly

Workplace Safety & Health:
Tressi L Cordaro

Workplace Training:
Edward M Cherof, Samia M Kirmani

Jackson Lewis P.C. represents a wide range of companies in a variety of industries including but not limited to: automotive, banking, chemicals, construction, energy and utilities, financial services, government, government contractors, healthcare, education, higher education, hospitality, insurance, life sciences, manufacturing, media, non-profits pharmaceuticals, professional services, real estate, retail and consumer goods, staffing and independent workforce, technology, and transportation.