- Labor and Employment Defense
- Civil Litigation
- Civil Rights Litigation
- Contract Negotiation
- Employment Counseling
- Employment Litigation
- Labor Arbitration
- Union Campaigns and Elections
|University ||University of Washington, Seattle, WA, B.A., 1992|
|Law School||Boston University School of Law, Boston, MA, J.D., 1996|
|Admitted||1996, Washington; 1997, California; 1999, Maine; 2007, Massachusetts|
Member, American Bar Association
Member, State Bar of California
Member, Washington Bar Association
Member, Maine State Bar Association
David Strock is a partner in the New England and Boston offices. David represents and counsels employers on various employment matters, including federal, state and local discrimination, civil rights, and whistleblower laws.
His practice also includes developing employment policies and procedures; counseling employers on hiring and disciplinary matters; compliance issues; wage and hour matters; and implementing procedures to avoid discrimination claims.
David has represented employers in state and federal courts, at Department of Labor administrative hearings, before state unemployment commissions, numerous state human rights commissions, and Maine's Workers' Compensation Board, as well as in various NLRB and OSHA compliance proceedings.
In addition to his law practice, David lectures, writes articles and conducts training on a wide variety of employment-related issues for private employers and human resources professionals. He has been recognized inThe Best Lawyers in Americasince 2013.
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Mainers Closely Watching Bill That Would Allow Job Applicants to Keep Facebook Accounts Secret
April 1, 2012
Questions Linger Over NLRB's Social Media Guidance
February 17, 2012
Businesses Grapple With Evolving Social Media Rules
January 23, 2012 (Also at Portland, Maine Office)
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