is an attorney in Polsinelli’s Washington, DC office. Jack has experience across the labor and employment law spectrum. He defends employers from class, collective, and single-plaintiff discrimination and wage and hour claims, conducts internal investigations (including sexual harassment allegations in the #metoo era), advises government contractors regarding employment compliance issues, defends OFCCP audits and counsels clients on risky, high-stake employment decisions. Jack enforces employers’ rights under noncompetition, nonsolicitation, and confidentiality agreements and helps employers redress data breaches and the theft of trade secrets by employees. He has extensive experience advising clients on independent contractor classifications.
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