joined Nelson Mullins as Of Counsel in August 2017. His key practice areas are: discrimination and harassment; wage-and-hour law compliance; independent contractor and employee classification; reasonable accommodation for disabled employees; employee discipline and terminations; enforcement of non-compete, non-disclosure and other employment-related agreements; advising company executives on terminations, employment negotiations, and other employment issues; misappropriation of trade secrets; defending clients in employment and business litigation before federal and state courts and administrative agencies, including state fair employment and human rights agencies. Prior to his career in law, Mr Sheridan worked as a corporate financial analyst and with legal counsel for two investment banks, and now applies the skills acquired through investment banking to providing employment guidance on corporate mergers and acquisitions and in negotiating and drafting executive employment agreements.
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