Mark B. Gerano

  • Associate at Jackson Lewis P.C. (893 Attorneys)
  • PNC Center, 201 E. Fifth Street, 26th Floor, Cincinnati, OH 45202
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Mark B. Gerano is an Associate in the Cincinnati, Ohio, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. His practice focuses on representing employers in workplace law matters, including preventive advice and counseling.

Mr. Gerano advises and represents public and private sector employers in a broad range of employment law matters, including those involving discrimination and harassment, wage and hour, wrongful termination and retaliation claims, and traditional labor law. He also advises and trains managers and supervisors on preventive litigation practices, focusing on how to comply with applicable laws and regulations, avoid workplace disputes, resolve employee relations problems, and satisfy legitimate employee expectations.

Mr. Gerano is a native of Cincinnati, Ohio, and is an active member of several community associations and groups.

Pro Bono and Community Involvement

•Salmon P. Chase College of Law, ABA Arbitration Team Coach

Published Works

•“Access Denied: An Analysis of Social Media Password Demands in the Public Employment Setting,” Northern Kentucky Law Review, Vol. 40, 2013 [Author]
•“Oddball Arbitration,” Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal, Vol. 30, 2013 [Co-Author]


November 21, 2018

Kentucky Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Right to Work Law

The Kentucky Supreme Court has rejected a challenge to Kentucky’s “right-to-work” law, holding the law does not violate the Kentucky Constitution. Zuckerman v. Bevin, Nos. 2018-SC-000097 and 2018-SC-000098 (Nov. 15, 2018).The LawThe “Kentucky Right to Work Act” went into effect on January 8, 2017. The Act amended Kentucky Revised...

October 8, 2018

Kentucky Supreme Court Holds Employers May Not Require Arbitration Agreements as a Condition of Employment

On September 27, 2018, the Kentucky Supreme Court issued its opinion in Northern Kentucky Area Development District v. Snyder, No. 2017-SC-000277-DG, and held that Kentucky employers may not require employees to sign arbitration agreements as a condition of their employment. In reaching its conclusion, the Court relied upon KRS...


Labor & Collective Bargaining
NLRB Revisiting Rule on Employees Use of Employer’s Email System
August 14, 2018

The National Labor Relations Board has invited briefs on whether it should modify or overrule its rule under the National Labor Relations Act, established in Purple Communications, that employers must permit employees who have been provided access to their employer’s email system to use that system for statutorily protected communicati

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Labor & Collective Bargaining
NLRB Expands Its Alternative Dispute Resolution Program
July 16, 2018

The National Labor Relations Board has announced it will begin a pilot program to encourage parties to use its Alternative Dispute Resolution program.

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Areas of Practice (2)

  • General Employment Litigation
  • Labor and Preventive Practices

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
513-719-5701  Phone
513 977-8141  Fax
University Attended:
University of Cincinnati, B.S., magna cum laude, 2010
Law School Attended:
Salmon P. Chase College of Law, J.D., summa cum laude, 2014; Managing Editor of the Northern Kentucky Law Review
Year of First Admission:
2015, Ohio - S.D. Ohio; 2015, Ohio - N.D. Ohio; 2014, Ohio; 2015, Kentucky; 2016, U.S. Tax Court; 2017, 6th Circuit Court of Appeals; 2017, Kentucky - E.D. Ky.

Professional Associations and Activities

•Cincinnati Bar Association
•Kentucky Bar Association


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