Aaron Wilensky focuses his practice on workplace safety and health issues, representing employers facing state and federal OSH investigations. Aaron also has extensive litigation experience before the United States Department of Labor Administrative Law Judges, representing employers on a wide array of matters before the agency.
Prior to joining the firm, Aaron practiced with a small firm in Newport News, Virginia, representing large industrial employers, including Fortune 500 companies, ports, defense contractors and Non-Appropriated Fund Instrumentalities. Aaron gained significant client interaction and litigation experience.
While in law school, Aaron was a law clerk for the United States Capitol Police, a six month long, full-time academic opportunity that gave him experience representing an employer in labor disputes, workplace safety issues, and disciplinary matters, as well as exposing him to all the aspects of a Federal General Counsel’s office. In addition to his academic work in law school, Aaron worked for the United States Department of Labor, Office of Administrative Law Judges and worked off-site for a small law firm in New Jersey, where he assisted in litigation matters as a law clerk.
Aaron focuses on tough, complex issues and connects with clients directly, always striving to provide value added and reducing or eliminating potential liability.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Aaron Wilensky