Cozen O’Connor: Pasek, Jeffrey I.

Jeffrey I. Pasek

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Jeffrey is a past chair of the firm's Labor & Employment Department. He maintains a national practice of representing employers in all facets of labor and employment law, including the negotiating and drafting of employment agreements for c-suite executives. Jeff has handled collective bargaining negotiations and grievance arbitrations in a variety of industries, including apparel, construction, education, entertainment, food, health care, retail, and transportation. A former management trustee of a nationwide retirement plan, Jeff also has extensive experience in handling withdrawal liability claims involving multi-employer pension plans. 

An active litigator, Jeff has tried cases and argued appeals in the federal courts throughout the United States, including before the U.S. Supreme Court.  Among the types of claims he has successfully tried to verdict are cases alleging:

  • Race discrimination   • Disability discrimination      • Retaliation/whistleblower

  • Age discrimination     • FMLA discrimination            • National Origin

  • Sex discrimination     • Religious discrimination       

Jeff advises management of compliance with a variety of workplace laws ranging from occupational safety and health, wage and hour, and affirmative action compliance.

Jeff's experience includes litigation of numerous class action cases involving allegations of race, sex, age, and national origin discrimination.  He has successfully resolved nationwide pattern and practice injunction proceedings with the EEOC and class-wide investigations with the Office of Federal Compliance Programs. Jeff has also handled class claims under federal and state overtime laws, employment benefits claims under ERISA, and suits involving public accommodations and the Fair Housing Act.

In addition to labor and employment law, Jeff has an extensive background in legal issues relating to the role of religion in public life. He has authored and contributed to dozens of amicus briefs before the U.S. Supreme Court and the federal Courts of Appeals dealing with the Free Exercise and Establishment Clauses of the First Amendment and rights under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

Called upon regularly as a course planner and speaker in continuing legal education programs, Jeff has served as a speaker on labor and employment law and on legal ethics for such groups as the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, the American Arbitration Association, the University of Pennsylvania Law School Center of Professionalism, and the American Bar Association (ABA) Labor and Employment Law Section. On behalf of the ABA Labor and Employment Section Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity Law, Jeff served as regional liaison and helped train lawyers and investigators from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Jeff has written on a variety of legal topics and his articles have been published in French, Spanish, German, and Chinese legal publications. He is the editor of the 2018 New York and Pennsylvania Human Resources Manuals, published by American Chamber of Commerce Resources, LLC in conjunction with the Business Council of New York State and the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry.

He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1973 and his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1976.

Jeff is active in the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, where he has served as a member of the executive committee of the board of directors, and chairman of the Industrial Relations Committee, Government Affairs Committee, and Candidate Selection Committee of the Chamber’s PAC.

He has been listed for several years in Chambers & Partners USA and has been selected by his peers as a Super Lawyer. He is listed in Best Lawyers in America and was named Lawyer of the Year for Employment Law - Management in Philadelphia in 2017. Jeff has been elected as a fellow in the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.

Experience

News

Jeff Pasek Reelected to Executive Committee of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry

December 11, 2018

At its board meeting in Pittsburgh last week, the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry recognized Jeff Pasek, past chair of Cozen O'Connor’s Labor & Employment department, for 30 years of service as a member of the board.

126 Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named to the Best Lawyers in America

August 22, 2018

One hundred twenty-six Cozen O’Connor lawyers from 20 of the firm’s national offices have been selected for inclusion in the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

Fifty-four Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named 2018 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

June 12, 2018

Super Lawyers has named 54 Cozen O'Connor attorneys to its 2018 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists.

5 Employee Handbook Issues to Watch in 2018

January 02, 2018

Jeff Pasek, a member of Cozen O'Connor's Labor & Employment department, was quoted in SHRM regarding handbook issues to watch in the new year.

100 Cozen O’Connor Lawyers Named to the Best Lawyers in America

August 23, 2017

Lawyers were selected for inclusion in the 2018 edition based on a rigorous peer-review that has been developed and defined for more than 30 years.

Cozen O’Connor Earns Client Recognition in 2017 Chambers USA Rankings

May 26, 2017

Chambers USA recognized 47 Cozen O’Connor lawyers as leaders in their respective fields; 14 attorneys were recognized nationally and 11 were ranked in the top band.

Five Cozen O’Connor Lawyers Named 2017 “Lawyers of the Year” by Best Lawyers in America®

August 16, 2016

Cozen O’Connor is proud to announce that five of the firm’s lawyers have been recognized as “Lawyers of the Year” in their respective practices by The Best Lawyers in America, one of the oldest and most highly regarded peer-review publications in the legal profession.

Sixty-Two Cozen O’Connor Lawyers Named to the Best Lawyers in America

August 15, 2016

Sixty-two Cozen O’Connor lawyers from 13 of the firm’s national offices have been selected for inclusion in the 2017 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

Cozen O’Connor Earns Client Recognition in 2016 Chambers USA Rankings

May 27, 2016

Chambers USA recognized 41 Cozen O’Connor lawyers as leaders in their respective fields; 12 attorneys were recognized nationally and 11 were ranked in the top band.

Jeffrey Pasek Discusses Government Employees and Religious Beliefs in SHRM

September 21, 2015

Jeffrey Pasek discusses whether an employee can ever lawfully refuse to provide a service based on their religious convictions.

Fifty-Two Cozen O’Connor Lawyers Named to the Best Lawyers in America

August 17, 2015

The current edition is based on more than five million detailed evaluations by the top lawyers of the country. This list will be included in dozens of city and regional publications in the United States including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Washington Post.

Cozen O’Connor Earns Client Recognition in 2015 Chambers USA Rankings

July 06, 2015

Chambers USA recognized 37 Cozen O’Connor lawyers as leaders in their respective fields; 12 attorneys were recognized nationally and 10 were ranked in the top band.

Jeffrey Pasek Comments on Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act in SHRM

April 01, 2015

Jeffrey Pasek, a member of the Labor & Employment Department, discusses Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act and how the meaning of RFRA-type laws have changed.

Jeffrey Pasek Discusses Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act in the Los Angeles Times

March 31, 2015

In an article titled “Indiana’s Anti-LGBT Law is Even Worse Than it Seems,” Jeffrey Pasek, a member of Cozen O’Connor’s Labor & Employment Department, discusses Indiana’s new state law SB 101, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which is broader than existing federal law and differs from other state laws in significant ways. “Nothing like this exists under federal law,” observes Jeff; under SB 101, those claiming religious grounds to justify discrimination “are much less likely to be challenged and much more likely to prevail.”

Jeffrey Pasek Discusses Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill in Employment Law Daily

March 26, 2015

In an article titled “Indiana’s ‘Religious Freedom Restoration’ Law is Far Broader Than RFRA,” Jeffrey Pasek, a member of Cozen O’Connor’s Labor & Employment Department, comments on Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act. ““This bill goes far beyond the federal RFRA,” explains Jeff. “It would fall to the individual who is being discriminated against to attempt to justify an otherwise neutral law by asserting that the government has a compelling interest in enforcing the law, but nothing in this bill says the government has to get involved in those cases,” he added. “At least if someone outright challenges a governmental requirement against government enforcement, we can expect the government to make a reasoned decision about whether to support its requirement and to apply that rationale on an even-handed basis. That is totally lacking here.”

Jeffrey Pasek Discusses Regulatory Developments and New Compliance Mandates in Bloomberg BNA’s Bulletin to Management 2015 HR Outlook

January 20, 2015

In an article titled ‘’Worker Misclassification Tops HR Agenda in 2015,’’ Jeffrey Pasek, a member of Cozen O’Connor’s Labor & Employment Department, discusses the possibility of Congressional pushback against a number of National Labor Relations Board policies and recent developments at the Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs.

Cozen O’Connor Earns Client Recognition in 2014 Chambers USA Rankings

May 30, 2014

Chambers USA recognized 29 Cozen O’Connor lawyers as leaders in their respective fields; six attorneys were recognized nationally and eight were ranked in the top band. Stanley Sher was named a “Senior Statesman” in the “Transportation: Shipping: Regulatory (outside New York)” industry, for the pivotal role Sher plays in the firm’s continued success in the transportation industry.

Jeffrey Pasek Discusses the Recent NLRB Ruling on Northwestern Football Players

March 30, 2014

In an article titled “NLRB ruling on Northwestern football players creates benefits challenges,” Jeffrey Pasek, a member of Cozen O’Connor’s Labor & Employment Department, discusses the National Labor Relations Board decision that Northwestern University scholarship football players are employees of the Evanston, Illinois-based private university.

Jeffrey Pasek Shares Insight About Onboarding in Family Office Exchange (FOX) Whitepaper

February 14, 2014

In a whitepaper titled “Onboarding Household Staff: Best Practices in Managing an Efficient Home While Minimizing Risk and Expense,” Jeffrey Pasek, a member of Cozen O’Connor’s Labor & Employment Department, offers his insights about onboarding from an employment law perspective and what makes an onboarding experience successful.

Jeffrey Pasek Discusses Employer Bans on Firearms in the Workplace in The Wall Street Journal and The ABA Journal

October 21, 2013

Jeffrey Pasek, a member of Cozen O’Connor’s Labor & Employment Group, discusses laws that limit property owners ability to ban firearms in parking areas. He was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article titled “Guns in the Parking Lot: A Delicate Workplace Issue,” and an ABA Journal article titled “As laws are passed allowing guns in parked cars at work, attorneys advise employers on safety rules.”

Cozen O’Connor Earns Client Recognition in 2013 Chambers USA Rankings

May 26, 2013

PHILADELPHIA – May 26, 2013 – Chambers USA has recognized 29 Cozen O’Connor lawyers as leaders in their fields; five attorneys were recognized nationally and five were ranked in the top band.

Cozen O’Connor Earns Client Recognition in 2012 Chambers USA Rankings

June 11, 2012

Chambers USA has recognized 28 Cozen O’Connor lawyers as leaders in their fields; five attorneys were recognized nationally and three were ranked in the top band.

Jeff Pasek Quoted in Society For Human Resource Management

January 11, 2012

In an article titled, ''Ministerial Exception Barred Bias Suit By Religious School Teacher, U.S. Supreme Court Rules,'' Jeff Pasek commented on the recent Supreme Court ruling, which stated that ''workplace bias lawsuits may not be brought by church employees who act as ministers to their denomination.'' Pasek noted that, according to the new ruling, ''...religious organization are entitled to the benefit of a special rule that exempts them from normal rules against employment discrimination.''

Cozen O’Connor Earns Client Recognition in 2011 Chambers USA Rankings

June 16, 2011

Chambers USA has recognized 27 Cozen O’Connor lawyers as leaders in their fields.

43 Cozen O’Connor Lawyers Named to The Best Lawyers in America

February 09, 2011

Forty-three Cozen O’Connor lawyers from six of the firm’s national offices have been selected for inclusion in the 2011 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Lawyers were selected for inclusion in the 2011 edition based on a rigorous peer–review of more than 3.1 million detailed evaluations.

Cozen O’Connor Earns Client Recognition in 2010 Chambers USA Rankings

June 18, 2010

Chambers USA has recognized 18 Cozen O’Connor lawyers as leaders in their fields. The annual rankings are based on client and peer references, as well as information gathered from Chambers’ own independent research. Given both nationally and regionally, the rankings are based on qualities including technical legal ability, professional conduct, and client service.

Forty-Two Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Honored as Best Lawyers in America

September 29, 2009

Forty-two Cozen O’Connor attorneys from seven of the firm’s national offices have been selected for inclusion in the 2010 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named 2009 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers By Law & Politics

May 28, 2009

Cozen O’Connor is proud to announce that 52 attorneys from the firm’s Philadelphia and West Conshohocken offices have been named 2009 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers by Law & Politics, and will appear in the June 2009 issues of Philadelphia magazine and Pennsylvania Super Lawyers.

Cozen O’Connor Attorney Jeff Pasek Edits Human Resources Text

January 29, 2009

Cozen O'Connor member Jeffrey I. Pasek has edited the 2009 edition of the Pennsylvania Human Resources Manual, published by the American Chamber of Commerce Resources in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry. This edition contains 24 chapters, all written by attorneys at Cozen O'Connor, that reflect the current state and federal employment laws, covering hiring, wages, discrimination, performance evaluations, employee discipline, termination, privacy and high technology in the workplace, workers’ compensation, and drugs and alcohol in the workplace, among other topics.

Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Author ‘09 Labor Law Guides

January 21, 2009

The Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry has released the 2009 Human Resources Library, which features two employment law how-to guides, including the Pennsylvania Human Resources Manual, authored by the attorneys at Cozen O’Connor. This first edition reflects the current state and federal employment laws, covering everything from hiring to firing (and everything in between).

Twenty-Five Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Honored As Best Lawyers In America

October 29, 2008

Twenty-five Cozen O’Connor attorneys from six of the firm’s national offices have been selected for inclusion in the 2009 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

Cozen O'Connor and Select Firm Attorneys Recognized by Chambers USA 2008

June 26, 2008

Cozen O'Connor and Select Firm Attorneys Recognized by Chambers USA 2008

Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named Pennsylvania Super Lawyers By Law & Politics

May 29, 2008

Cozen O’Connor is proud to announce that 42 attorneys from the firm’s Philadelphia and West Conshohocken offices have been named 2008 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers by Law & Politics, and will appear in the June 2008 issues of Philadelphia magazine and Pennsylvania Super Lawyers.

Cozen O’Connor Names Its 2007 Pro Bono Honor Roll

April 08, 2008

Cozen O’Connor has announced that 61 attorneys and 8 paralegals have been named to the firm’s 2007 Pro Bono Honor Roll.

Publications

Third Circuit Rules Employer Cannot be Forced to Arbitrate Retiree Health Care Claims [Labor & Employment Alert]

September 04, 2018

Jeff Pasek discusses the Third Circuit's decision in Cup v. Ampco that states, notwithstanding an agreement letter between the parties referencing such benefits, companies are not required to arbitrate the union’s claim for retiree health care benefits.

Sexual Harassment Update: New Requirements for New York Employers [Labor & Employment Alert]

August 29, 2018

Jeffrey I. Pasek discusses New York City and state's higher requirements on employers than those required by federal law.

A New Roadmap to Avoid Hefty OSHA Fines for Repeat Violations [OSHA Chronicle Blog]

August 28, 2018

The Angelica Textile case had been kicking around OSHA for almost ten years before it was decided by the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission on June 24th by a 2-1 vote with Commissioner James Sullivan,[1] the newest member of the Commission, casting the deciding vote.  The case provides...

A New Roadmap to Avoid Hefty OSHA Fines for Repeat Violations [Labor & Employment Alert]

August 28, 2018

Jeff Pasek and John Ho discuss how the decision in Angelica Textile may impact manufacturers, particularly those businesses with multiple locations.

Pennsylvania Proposes Significant Changes to Its Minimum Wage And Overtime Rules [Labor & Employment Alert]

June 29, 2018

George Voegele discusses Pennsylvania Governor Wolf’s Executive Order that raises the minimum wage for employees of the Commonwealth and its agencies, as well as for employees of certain government contractors and lessors of Commonwealth property.

Pennsylvania Overtime Rules Will Be in Flux [Labor & Employment Alert]

January 18, 2018

Kate Ericsson, Jeff Pasek, and Jim Davis discuss the Wolf administration's proposal to raise the salary for exempt status from the federal minimum for salaried employees to nearly double that amount in incremental shifts over the next three years.

New York State Gifts Employers With State Wage Regulation End-of-Year Overhaul

December 27, 2016

Just when employers were heaving a sigh of relief this holiday season over the halting of the Fair Labor Standards Act regulations that were scheduled to take effect December 1st, the New York State Department of Labor is poised to implement changes to its wage orders that significantly increase pay levels for a wide array of businesses and employees.

EEOC's Brushed-Up Proposed Enforcement Guidance on Retaliation [The Legal Intelligencer]

February 23, 2016

Jeffrey Pasek, a member of Cozen O'Connor's Labor & Employment department, discusses EEOC's proposed enforcement guidance on retaliation

Supreme Court Sends ERISA Plans Racing to the Courthouse for Subrogation Recoveries [Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Alert]

January 29, 2016

Stephen L. Bowers, Jay A. Dorsch and Jeffrey I. Pasek discuss the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in Montanile v. Board of Trustees of the National Elevator Industry Health Benefit Plan and how it impacts fiduciaries of employee benefit plans governed by ERISA.

NLRB’s Joint Employer Ruling Threatens to Reorder Employment Relations in the Health Care Industry

September 16, 2015

Hospitals and nursing homes may find themselves pulled into union elections or collective bargaining with staffing agencies, outside service providers and hitherto independent contractors.

Lessons Employers Can Learn from Kentucky Clerk’s Same-Sex Marriage License Dispute [Labor & Employment Alert]

September 14, 2015

There is an ever-increasing number of public and private sector employees who find that their religious beliefs clash with their work responsibilities. In this Alert, we review some of the lessons every employer may take away from the controversy highlighted by Kim Davis.

Supreme Court Clarifies Religious Accommodation Requirements in Hijab Case, but May Create New Problems for Unwary Employers

June 02, 2015

In a decision that came as no major surprise to Supreme Court watchers, on June 1, 2015, the Court ruled 8-1 in EEOC v. Abercrombie & Fitch that Abercrombie & Fitch violated the civil rights of a Muslim job applicant when it refused to hire her because the headscarf that she wore pursuant to her religious obligations conflicted with the company’s dress code policy.

2014/2015 Labor and Employment Observer

December 31, 2014

The 2014/2015 Labor and Employment Observer looks back at significant developments in labor and employment law over the past year and forward to what employers can expect in 2015.

First and Ten: Will College Athletes Be the Next Wave of Unionization? [Labor & Employment Alert]

March 28, 2014

Everyone recognizes that college athletics are big business for the schools, but do they exploit the student athletes under the guise of amateurism? Thanks to a new decision out of the Chicago office of the National Labor Relations Board, we will likely find out if scholarship athletes will be treated as employees with the right to unionize under the National Labor Relations Act. On March 26, 2014, the NLRB regional director concluded that the scholarship recipients on the Northwestern University football team are employees and ordered an election to determine if they desire union representation.

2013/2014 [Labor and Employment Observer]

January 01, 2014

We are pleased to provide you with our 2013/2014 Observer, which looks back at the developments in labor and employment law over the past year and forward to what employers can expect in 2014.

Avoiding a Saint Valentine's Day Massacre [Labor & Employment Alert]

February 14, 2013

Besides sending flowers or a card to your sweetheart on Valentine's Day, we like to remind our employer clients that a good way to show some love to your employees is by taking steps to protect them from workplace violence. But first, a little history.

Aiming to Please: Guns in the Workplace [Labor & Employment Alert]

January 17, 2013

What will you do when the CEO calls tomorrow morning and says, ''I just got a report that two of our employees are carrying loaded guns at work, or they have them in their cars in the employee parking lot?''

NLRB Overrules Anheuser-Busch: Witness Statements Now Subject to Disclosure [Labor & Employment Alert]

January 08, 2013

Last year, we notified you that the National Labor Relations Board will now consider a general employer rule requiring confidentiality during an internal investigation into an employee complaint to be an unfair labor practice. The Board has now taken things even further.

2012/2013 [Labor and Employment Observer]

January 01, 2013

We are pleased to provide you with our 2012/2013 Observer, which looks back at the developments in labor and employment law over the past year and forward to what employers can expect in 2013.

A Second Obama Administration's Impact on Labor and Employment Issues [Labor & Employment Alert]

November 13, 2012

With the re-election of Barack Obama and the prospect of continued political gridlock at the congressional level, the administration will likely turn to regulatory and administrative avenues in an effort to pursue workplace policy goals. The landscape is very different than it was just four short years ago.

The New ''New Jersey Trade Secrets Act'': What Employers, Human Resource Directors, and In-House Counsel Should Know [Labor & Employment Alert]

January 12, 2012

New Jersey has joined 46 other states in adopting a version of the Uniform Trade Secrets Act (UTSA). Signed into law by Governor Christie on January 9, 2012, the New Jersey Trade Secrets Act (the Act) became effective immediately. While the Act codifies a significant portion of the common law, it includes some important changes.

Fall 2010 [Labor and Employment Observer]

October 28, 2010

We are pleased to present the latest edition of the Labor and Employment Observer. We hope you find this issue both useful and informative.

OSHA Proposes New Interpretation of Noise Standard for Construction and General Industry [Labor & Employment Alert!]

October 19, 2010

On October 19, 2010, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published a notice in the Federal Register proposing to change the way in which the noise exposure standards for construction and general industry are interpreted, and modifying its enforcement policy accordingly.

Summer 2010 [Labor & Employment Observer]

July 01, 2010

Our Summer 2010 Labor and Employment Law Observer covers topics of interest to in-house counsel, human resources professionals and corporate management.

Winter 2010 [Labor & Employment Observer]

March 01, 2010

Our Winter 2010 Labor & Employment Law Observer covers a multitude of topics of interest to in-house counsel, human resources professionals and corporate management.

Fall 2009 [Labor and Employment Observer]

October 01, 2009

We are pleased to present the latest edition of the Labor and Employment Observer. We hope you find this issue both useful and informative.

International Review of Employment: The Definitive Voice on International Employment Matters [International Review of Employment]

January 08, 2009

International Review of Employment: The Definitive Voice on International Employment Matters - International Review of Employment - President-elect Obama has openly expressed his desire to work with various labor organizations to alter existing labor laws. On top of the union agenda is passage of the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA), which passed the House in 2007. EFCA would dramatically change the union organizing process by eliminating 'secret ballot' elections under the auspices of the National Labor Relations Board. Instead, it would allow unions to be certified to negotiate pay, benefits and working conditions

An Obama Administration's Impact on Labor and Employment Issues [Labor and Employment Alert!]

November 11, 2008

An Obama Administration's Impact on Labor and Employment Issues - Labor and Employment Alert! -

Study on the Regulatory Prohibition of Sexual Harassment in American Workplace [Journal of China Women's University]

April 01, 2008

Study on the Regulatory Prohibition of Sexual Harassment in American Workplace - Journal of China Women's University -

Winter 2008 [Labor and Employment Observer]

February 29, 2008

Our Winter 2008 Labor and Employment Law Observer covers a multitude of topics of interest to in-house counsel, human resource professionals and corporate management. Recently, President Bush signed the National Defense Authorization Act into law, which expands the FMLA to provide enhanced leave for families of military personnel. Additionally, in mid-February 2008, the Department of Labor propounded new proposed regulations regarding the FMLA. Moreover, in late February, the Supreme Court weighed in on the use of ''me too'' evidence during trials.

Insurance Coverage Observer [Winter 2008]

February 26, 2008

In this issue, we consider a number of emerging issues and also identify key developments in coverage in 2007. We summarize new court decisions dealing with toxic torts, environmental coverage, insolvency and regulatory issues, and construction defect. We feature a key construction defect coverage case in Illinois with important implications. We address global warming in the context of directors with officers liability coverage. Finally, we discuss the emerging areas of fax blast and food contamination, and the impact of the reauthorization of TRIA.

Education

  • University of Pennsylvania Law School, J.D., 1976
  • University of Pittsburgh, B.A., 1973

Awards & Honors

Chambers & Partners USA 2008-2018

Best Lawyers in America 2008-2019

Pennsylvania Super Lawyers 2004-2018

Martindale-Hubbell AV Rated

Elected Fellow, College of Labor and Employment Lawyers

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