Philadelphia Team Publishes LexisNexis Labor & Employment Practice Guide
Philadelphia, Penn. (July 30, 2020) - Philadelphia Partners Walter “Pete” Swayze, III and Megan E. Grossman, along with Associate John M. Borelli, have published a practice guide for LexisNexis titled “LexisNexis Practice Guide: Pennsylvania Labor and Employment.” The publication provides guidance on various labor and employment issues, including hiring, wages, health and safety standards, employment discrimination, employee performance and privacy, labor relations, employer liability for employee acts, benefits, termination, and post-employment benefits.
Mr. Swayze, who serves as the co-chair of Lewis Brisbois’ Life Sciences Practice and vice-chair of the Products Liability Practice, concentrates his practice on defending clients in complex litigation matters. He has extensive experience with trial motion practice and the preparation of case dispositive motions in courts throughout the United States. Mr. Swayze also has handled numerous appellate matters, including arguing cases in the Pennsylvania Superior Court, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Ms. Grossman, a member of Lewis Brisbois’ Life Sciences Practice, represents clients in general liability, products liability, and complex litigation matters. A seasoned trial attorney, she is experienced in all stages of litigation, including the coordination of discovery, trial preparation, depositions, court appearances, fact investigation, and the drafting of pleadings, motions, and briefs in state and federal jurisdictions.
Mr. Borelli, a member of Lewis Brisbois’ Labor & Employment Practice, represents employers in labor and employment litigation in Pennsylvania and New Jersey state and federal courts, as well as before governmental agencies. His broad experience includes defending clients against allegations of wrongful discharge and discrimination, whistleblower claims, and claims arising under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII), the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Equal Pay Act of 1963 (EPA), and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA).
Learn how to order a print copy or eBook version of this practice guide here.