Evan M. Rosen is a Principal in the Atlanta, Georgia, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He is a litigator and counselor who is committed to the maxim, “don't tell me what I can't do, tell me how I can legally do what I want to do.” He approaches the law from a compliance and liability perspective, but is also keenly sensitive to the business realities facing companies and aggressively pursues good business results for his clients.
Mr. Rosen's practice focuses on representing employers in a wide array of matters within labor and employment law and encompasses:
•Defending companies against discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage and hour, breach of contract, Fair Credit Reporting Act, and wrongful termination charges and lawsuits.
•Counseling companies on an eclectic range of employment policies and practices, including for example, hiring, discipline and discharge, leaves of absence, reasonable accommodation, wage and hour issues, background checks, and other workplace policies. He also regularly trains managers and employees on a variety of workplace best practices.
•Drafting agreements and policies, such as employee handbooks, employment agreements, separation agreements, independent contractor agreements, and employment policies.
•Assisting companies with managing their relationship with unions by working to keep companies union-free, spearheading the defense of union election campaigns, negotiating collective bargaining agreements, and defending companies against unfair labor practice charges and grievances.
Mr. Rosen is originally from New Jersey, but his wife is a good Georgia Bulldawg. They have two wonderful children. In addition to spending time with his family, he enjoys reading both fiction and non-fiction books and is an avid soccer and baseball fan.
•Representing employers in labor and employment lawsuits and EEOC charges, including all aspects of Title VII, ADA, FMLA, FLSA, and the U.S. Department of Labor's Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action regulations
•Conducting internal wage-hour employment audits
•Drafting and modifying employee handbooks and manuals
•Advising employers on how to conduct internal investigations of discrimination and harassment claims, and preparing regular training sessions on preventing harassment and discrimination in the workplace
•Negotiating collective bargaining agreements with labor unions throughout the country
•Counseling unionized companies in labor relations, including representation in all phases of the grievance process and arbitrations
•Representing employers in unfair labor practice proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board
•Advising employers on union election campaigns, pre-election strategies, postelection appeals, decertification efforts, and successorship issues
•Defending employers and initiating proceedings against former employees for violating non-competition agreements and unlawfully disseminating trade secrets
October 25, 2013
New Rule Requires Home Care Employers to Pay Minimum Wage, Overtime to Their Direct Care Employees
October 25, 2013
Altering the home care business model that has existed for nearly 40 years, the U.S. Department of Labor has issued a new rule limiting the use of the Fair Labor Standards Act's “companionship” exemption to home care workers employed directly by members of a household rather than by a third-party employer. Home care...
In the News
June 26, 2015
Atlanta Business Chronicle
Evan Rosen Discusses Employee Handbooks
June 26, 2015
Evan Rosen discusses the need for regular employee handbook updates in Polishing policy: Employee handbooks need dusting off, more frequent updating, published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle..
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