Daniel L. Messeloff is an Associate in the Cleveland office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Mr. Messeloff works with clients to address, manage, and resolve legal issues they may have with their employees, with the goal of minimizing potential legal liability and contributing to his clients' overall business success. When legal issues cannot be resolved without litigation, he defends his clients in court, and has the insight and experience to know when to settle claims on advantageous terms and when to aggressively defend claims through trial. Mr. Messeloff is also an experienced labor litigator who has represented clients in labor arbitrations, NLRB proceedings, and before federal courts. Whether drafting or revising employment policies, conducting employee training sessions, advising clients on compliance issues, or representing his clients in court, he understands his clients' need to resolve problems regarding human resources, employment law, and other legal issues as efficiently and effectively as possible.
12th Annual Northern Ohio Labor & Employment Law Conference, May Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, May, 2012: Recent Wage and Hour Developments
National Business Institute, October, 2010: Reducing the Potential for Discrimination and Harassment Liability
Key Bank Corporate College, Spring, 2010: Six-Part Series of Seminars on Human Resources/Employment Law
Crain's Cleveland Business, December 7, 2009: Inattention to Payroll Opens Firms to Claims of Fair Labor Act Violations
Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association Journal, May, 2009: Argument for the 'Opposition': The Supreme Court Clarifies Employees' 'Opposition' as Protected Activity