John devotes his practice to representing businesses in the ever-changing area of labor and employment law. Whether helping employers avoid litigation by guiding them through the maze of employment-related statutes and regulations, or aggressively representing them in lawsuits or arbitration, John offers advice and assistance in a wide array of employment-related issues. For example, he regularly assists businesses with discrimination and harassment claims under Title VII, the ADA, the ADEA, the FMLA and equivalent state laws, claims of wrongful termination and retaliation and violation of wage and commission payment law.
John also works with businesses in the increasingly complex area of privacy rights laws and data security. John is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, and is a frequent speaker and author on data security, privacy and identity theft issues. In addition, John handles business litigation involving employee raiding, unfair competition, theft of trade secrets and covenants not to compete. As part of this practice, he assists clients in drafting and enforcing executive employment contracts and covenants not to compete.
Articles in the National Law Review database by John E. Pueschel