David M. Katz: Lawyer with Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.

David M. Katz


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  • Employment, Labor & Benefits
  • Counseling, Training & Employment Practices, Risk Mitigation
  • Employee Mobility, Noncompetes & Trade Secrets
  • Employment Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Labor-Management Relations & Labor Disputes
  • Nonprofits
  • Financial Services
  • Real Estate
  • Retail & Consumer Products
  • Sports, Arts & Entertainment
  • Technology, Communications & Media
Contact InfoTelephone: 212.692.6844
Fax: 212-983-3115
Internet: Each Attorney's Internet Address takes the following form: first initial, last name @mintz.com (e.g., rmintz@mintz.com)

University Emory University, B.A., 2000
Law SchoolRutgers University, J.D., 2003
Admitted2003, New Jersey; 2004, New York

David is experienced in representing employers and executives in all aspects of labor and employment law.

He frequently counsels clients on issues related to discrimination, harassment, retaliation, whistleblowing, wage and hour, workforce reductions, leaves of absence, post-employment restrictive covenants, executive compensation, employee benefits, and collective bargaining.

David also reviews and drafts employment policies, handbooks, employment and consulting agreements, shareholder agreements, deferred compensation plans, and restrictive covenants.


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New Jersey’s “Ban the Box” Bill Sent to Governor Christie’s Desk; Final Version More Employer-Friendly
David M. Katz, July 10, 2014
In December, we wrote about New Jersey’s proposed “ban the box” measure, known as the Opportunity to Compete Act, making its way through the legislature - a law that would prohibit employers from inquiring about job candidates’ criminal histories early in the hiring process....

Supreme Court to Review Whether Rulemaking is Required When DOL and Other Agencies Flip-Flop on Regulatory Interpretations
David M. Katz, June 27, 2014
Earlier this week, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to review whether the Department of Labor must engage in notice-and-comment rulemaking in order to significantly alter its interpretation of the agency’s Fair Labor Standards Act regulations (Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association and Nickols v....

Employees Need Not Identify Specific Law, Rule or Regulation Violation in Pleading Retaliation Claim Under New York’s Whistleblower Statute
David M. Katz, June 4, 2014
Earlier this month, in Webb-Weber v. Community Action for Human Services, Inc., New York’s highest court overruled several appellate court cases in holding that an employee need not identify the specific law, rule or regulation allegedly violated by his or her employer in pleading a...

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David M. Katz

666 Third Avenue
New YorkNY 10017


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