Penny Ann Lieberman: Lawyer with Jackson Lewis P.C.

Penny Ann Lieberman

Shareholder
White Plains,  NY  U.S.A.
Phone914-872-6887

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Experience & Credentials
 

Practice Areas

  • General Employment Litigation
  • Management and Employee Training
  • Wage and Hour
  • Reductions in Force
  • WARN Act
 
University State University of New York at Binghamton, B.A., 1982, Pi Sigma Alpha
 
Law SchoolBoston University School of Law, J.D., 1985
 
Admitted1986, New York; 1997, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit; U.S. Supreme Court; U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit; U.S. District Court, Eastern, Southern and Western Districts of New York
 
Memberships 

Professional Associations and Activities

•Association of the Bar of the City of New York
•Human Resources Association of New York
•Society for Human Resource Management

 
Born1960
 
Biography

Penny Ann Lieberman is a Shareholder in the White Plains, New York, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Since joining the firm in 1988, she has devoted her time to representing and advising management in the for profit and not-for-profit sectors in a wide variety of employment matters with an emphasis on complex reductions-in-force, restructuring and corporate transactions, wage and hour and independent contractors.

Ms. Lieberman uses an interdisciplinary approach to providing advice and counsel on the cutting edge of the reduction-in-force and workplace reorganizations employees face today. She regularly counsels on compliance with WARN and state plant closing laws, group terminations, disability management, sexual harassment and other types of discrimination, wage and hour, independent contractors, developing personnel policies and effective employee handbooks.

Ms. Lieberman also litigates before administrative agencies and state and federal courts employment claims on behalf of management, including all types of employment discrimination claims, wage-hour claims, wrongful discharge and related tort and contract claims, independent contractor claims and audits and benefits claims under ERISA. She has appeared before the United States DOL, the New York State DOL and various state departments of labor throughout the country in the defense of a broad variety of cases, representing clients in manufacturing, wholesale, retail, not-for-profit, for profit, and service industries.

In addition, Ms. Lieberman works closely with clients in developing and conducting supervisory training programs relating to various issues such as worker classification issues, sexual harassment, employment discrimination, wage-hour, lawful interviewing and discharge tactics, and handling disability-related issues. Ms. Lieberman has authored several articles and has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal and The American Lawyer and various employment law-related publications. She frequently conducts seminars and workshops on worker misclassifications reductions-in-force, avoiding discrimination and harassment in the workplace, employee handbooks and wage and hour topics.

Ms. Lieberman is active in various community and charitable organizations.

Published Works

At Will Termination in New York. Federal Publications, Inc., 1986. [Author]

Publications

February 17, 2015

Employers' Reliance on Exception from Federal WARN Act 60-Day Advance-Notice Mandate to be Decided at Trial

February 17, 2015

While the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (“WARN”) includes an “unforeseeable business circumstances” exception permitting an employer to provide fewer than 60 days' notice of a plant closing or mass layoff, reliance on that exception can be risky. Moreover, should litigation ensue, an...

February 22, 2013

Unforeseeable Business Circumstances Excused Troubled Company from Employer's WARN Act 60-Day Layoff-Notice Requirement

February 22, 2013

A long-struggling company's failure to issue written notice to its employees 60 days in advance of shutting down operations, as required by the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (“WARN”) Act, is excused by the Act's “unforeseeable business circumstances” exception, the federal appeals court...

 
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Employers’ Reliance on Exception from Federal WARN Act 60-Day Advance-Notice Mandate to be Decided at Trial
Penny Ann Lieberman, March 30, 2015
While the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (“WARN”) includes an “unforeseeable business circumstances” exception permitting an employer to provide fewer than 60 days’ notice of a plant closing or mass layoff, reliance on that exception can be risky....
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Penny Ann Lieberman

44 South Broadway, 14th Floor
White PlainsNY 10601




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