Mr. Casey’s litigation experience on behalf of employers includes: defense of employment discrimination claims before the PHRC, the EEOC, and in federal court; defense of FLSA claims; defense of unfair labor practice charges before the NLRB and the PLRB; representation in grievance arbitrations; and defense of unemployment compensation claims. He has also represented employers in investigations conducted by the U.S. Department of Labor regarding compliance with wage and hour laws, prevailing wage rates, and the Family and Medical Leave Act. In addition to his litigation experience, Mr. Casey regularly counsels employers regarding: background checks of prospective employees and employment application procedures; employee discipline; wage and hour compliance; employment terminations and prevention of employment related claims; and reductions in force. He frequently advises Colleges and Universities with regard to personnel, faculty, and student related matters and policies. His practice also includes the drafting and review of employee handbooks, as well as the negotiation and drafting of separation agreements.
•Manufacturing & Industrials
•Software & Information Technology
•Presentation for National Business Institute’s “Human Resources Law from Start to Finish” seminar.
•Presentation at Sterling Education Services “Employment Law: Beyond the Basics” seminar.
•Presentation to the Eastern Pennsylvania Association of Housing Authorities regarding the Fair Housing Act and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act.
•“Epilepsy, Employment and the ADA,” presented to the Epilepsy Foundation of Eastern Pennsylvania.
•Presentation to Northeast Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners regarding Social Media Issues in the Workplace.
Professional Community Activities
•Pennsylvania Bar Association
•Luzerne County Bar Association (Wilkes-Barre Law & Library Association)
•Leadership Wilkes-Barre Board of Directors
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