Lawyer profile for USA 2021
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Steve advises and defends employers on the full spectrum of employment matters and counsels and advocates on behalf of educational institutions in an array of issues and cases. Steve has recently focused his work on helping colleges, universities and independent schools address an onslaught of challenges under COVID-19, in addition to defending education clients in numerous lawsuits as well as internal and government investigations.
Steve has deep experience in advising and representing clients on employment discrimination; sexual and racial harassment; non-competition, non-solicitation and non-disclosure agreements and disputes; trade secret protection; employment and severance agreements; employee performance and discipline; personnel practices and policies; reductions in force; confidential investigations of sensitive issues; wrongful discharge and whistleblower claims; defamation and other employment torts; ADA, FLSA, FMLA, OFCCP and OSHA compliance; and arbitration and mediation. When disputes arise, he represents employers before federal and state courts, administrative agencies and arbitrators nationwide.
Steve regularly counsels and defends colleges, universities, independent K-12 schools, public school districts, and for-profit educational entities in an array of issues and litigation involving faculty, staff and other employees, as well as student sexual and other misconduct, discipline, student affairs, compliance, internal investigations, government investigations, litigation, administrative proceedings, residence life, contracts, etc.