is a partner at the firm, with notable experience across a wide range of employment issues. His key practice areas include the following: alternative dispute resolution (arbitration and mediation); collective bargaining/labour contract negotiations; employee benefits/ERISA; employment litigation, including complex class and collective actions; grievances and labour arbitration; human resources advice and counselling; NLRB elections; plant closings and reductions in force (WARN); and unfair competition, restrictive covenant and trade secret litigation. Eric is a member of the Wage-Hour Defense Institute, the American Bar Association ABA (Labor Law Section) and the Maryland Bar Association (Labor and Employment Law Section). His recent publishing credits include articles on overtime rules and handling employment discrimination charges.
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