Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak
& Stewart, P.C.
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Employment and Labor Law (Federal and State); Employment Litigation; Public Employment; Employment Discrimination; Employment Class Actions; Title VII; ADEA; ADA; Family and Medical Leave Act; Harassment; Affirmative Action; Equal Employment Opportunity Law; Administrative Agency Practice; EEOC Claims; Fair Labor Standards Act; Wage and Hour Law; Wrongful Termination Defense; Whistleblower Litigation; Reductions in Force; WARN Act; Covenants Not To Compete; Unfair Competition and Trade Secret Litigation; Employment Arbitration; National Labor Relations Act; Collective Bargaining; Union Representation Elections; Unfair Labor Practice Charges; Labor Strikes; Immigration Law; Workers Compensation; Employee Benefits; ERISA; Occupational Safety and Health; Prevailing Wage Litigation; Civil Litigation.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Philadelphia Goes Beyond Ban the Box
Jacqueline R. Barrett,Julie Donahue,Emily K. O'Brian, January 7, 2016
On December 15, 2015, Mayor Michael Nutter signed a bill amending Philadelphia’s “ban the box” law, formally titled the Fair Criminal Records Screening Standards Ordinance, which was enacted in 2011. With these amendments, Philadelphia’s ordinance joins New York City’s...
Pennsylvania Still Requires Separate Consideration for Restrictive Covenant Agreements
Donald D. Gamburg,L. Evan Van Gorder, November 27, 2015
In a much anticipated decision released on November 18, 2015, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania closed the door—if it was ever open—on any arguments doing away with the separate consideration required for restrictive covenant agreements entered into after the commencement of employment....
Philadelphia Releases Sick Leave Poster
Paul Lancaster Adams,Julie Donahue, May 15, 2015
On May 13, 2015, Philadelphia’s paid sick leave ordinance, formally entitled “Promoting Healthy Families and Workplaces,” becomes effective. In addition to the key provisions of the ordinance requiring certain employers to provide employees with up to 40 hours of paid sick leave...
Year Established: 1977