Mr. Stone frequently speaks and trains on employment law topics, including the perils of managing employees in California. These topics include union organizing, managing under a union contract, sexual harassment in the workplace, leaves of absence and workplace accommodations, discipline and termination issues and avoiding workplace litigation. He regularly practices before the National Labor Relations Board, state and federal agencies and state and federal courts. In addition, he has extensive experience in all facets of union-management relations from organizing to collective bargaining, and has successfully handled numerous labor arbitrations on subjects ranging from disciplinary issues, just cause for termination and difficult contract interpretation issues. Mr. Stone has also handled matters before other administrative tribunals. He has litigated wrongful termination and discrimination lawsuits before state and federal courts and administrative agencies.
Mr. Stone joined the firm’s New York office in 1988 after practicing on the union side for two years. He relocated to California in 1990 and was Office Managing Principal of the Los Angeles office from 1997-2015.
In the News
April 3, 2015
Wolters Kluwer Employment Law Daily
Larry Stone Comments on Frank Melton Joining Jackson Lewis
Los Angeles Managing Shareholder Larry Stone was quoted in Jackson Lewis scores career L&E attorney, published in Wolters Kluwer’s Employment Law Daily, regarding Frank Melton joining the Firm.View Article (subscription may be required)
April 2, 2015
Jackson Lewis Adds Seasoned Employment Litigator Frank Melton in Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES, CA (April 2, 2015) Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s largest and fastest-growing workplace law firms, is pleased to announce Frank E. Melton has joined the firm’s Los Angeles office as Shareholder. Mr. Melton, who joins Jackson Lewis from Littler, has spent his entire career practicing in the area of labor...
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American Bar Association
New York State Bar Association
State Bar of California
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