Darrell VanDeusen has been a management side labor and employment lawyer for over 35 years. Before joining his friends Pete Saucier and Frank Kollman here in 1996, Darrell spent 11 years (first as an associate and then as a partner) at Venable, Baetjer & Howard (now Venable LLP). Darrell is the president of Kollman & Saucier.
Darrell graduated from Colgate University (cum laude) in 1982, and Duke University Law School in 1985, where he was a teaching assistant to Professor William Reppy.
Darrell represents public and private sector employers throughout the country. His clients include Fortune 500 companies, municipalities, government contractors, small employers and a variety of other businesses including a number of nationally recognized educational institutions. Darrell has been a member of the National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) since 1995.
Member, Maryland and District of Columbia Bars
Darrell’s treatise on the Family and Medical Leave Act/Wage and Hour Law is available through LexisNexis and has been cited by federal appellate courts and the U.S. Supreme Court. Darrell is on the editorial board of Matthew Bender’s Labor and Employment Bulletin. Darrell also authored the “Non-Discrimination” chapter of the Matthew Bender book Drafting the Union Contract.