June 21, 2021

Volume XI, Number 172

Brendan J. Lowd

Brendan is an experienced and creative litigator, advisor, and counselor to public, private, start-ups, and closely-held companies.  Brendan also represents high-level executives in the negotiation of their employment agreements and compensation.  Brendan dedicates a substantial portion of his practice to employment litigation, regularly practicing before state and federal courts, arbitrators and administrative agencies.  Brendan focuses on wage and hour class and collective actions, restrictive covenant matters, False Claims Act cases, and shareholder disputes among the owners of closely-held companies.  In addition, Brendan regularly litigates sexual harassment, disability, retaliation, and other employment discrimination and whistleblower suits. 

Brendan has a wide range of experience in solving the labor and employment issues that employers face on a daily basis.  Brendan regularly counsels employers on, among other things, employment and separation agreements, employee handbooks, restrictive covenants, providing reasonable accommodations to employees with disabilities, workplace safety, conducting internal investigations of employee complaints, and employee leave of absences.

In addition to the firm’s employment, labor and benefits group, Brendan is also a member of the litigation and construction groups.  As a member of the firm’s construction group, Brendan represents various contractors on OSHA and prevailing wage matters.  Moreover, Brendan works closely with the firm’s healthcare and corporate groups to advise and consult on corporate governance and transactional matters.

Brendan is a frequent lecturer on the ever-evolving federal and state employment laws, with a focus on presentations concerning wage and hour and restrictive covenant issues. 

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Brendan J. Lowd

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