Adam practices in the Labor and Employment Law Practice Group.
Adam represents employers in single plaintiff and class-based employment litigation matters and before various governmental agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, and the National Labor Relations Board. He also represents employers with union-represented workforces in collective bargaining negotiations and grievance arbitrations. Adam regularly provides advice and counseling to employers on a wide range of labor and employment law issues, including wage and hour compliance, employment discrimination, family and medical leave, labor relations, and non-competition agreements.
Adam regularly advises and counsels transportation clients in a wide array of labor and employment law matters, including wage and hour compliance, preparation and review of employment policies, drug and alcohol testing, and union avoidance. Adam also has represented transportation clients before government agencies such as the EEOC, PHRC, and OSHA, and regularly represents clients in employment-related litigation.
Adam has represented employers in numerous class-based wage and hour litigation matters in federal court. In one such matter, Adam helped the employer defeat a motion for conditional class certification, effectively ending a proposed nationwide collective action seeking claims for unpaid overtime compensation.
Columbia University, B.A., 1998, cum laude
Duke University School of Law, J.D., 2002, magna cum laude
Order of the Coif; Duke Law Journal, Research Editor
Forty Under 40, 2016
Readers’ Choice Award, 2016
Pennsylvania Rising Stars®, 2014, 2016
Pennsylvania Bar Association
Dauphin County Bar Association
American Red Cross of the Susquehanna Valley, Board of Directors
U.S. District Court – Eastern District of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Court – Middle District of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Court – Western District of Pennsylvania
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
April 3, 2014 - Employer Alert - April 2014
In this issue: EEOC's Latest Target - Severance Agreements l Pennsylvania's Unemployment Compensation Law May Require Employers to Provide Response to Unemployment Information Requests l Supreme Court Clarifies that Severance Payments are Taxable