October 25, 2021

Volume XI, Number 298

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Justin S. Swartz

Justin Swartz is an Associate with the Orlando, Florida office of Jackson Lewis P.C.  Mr. Swartz represents management in employment litigation before state and federal courts and administrative agencies throughout Florida.  Mr. Swartz helps human resource professionals and management teams find practical solutions for their workplace law challenges and is a frequent speaker on a variety of employment law topics.

Mr. Swartz works with clients to reduce risk and minimize legal costs by giving advice on workplace issues.  If litigation is unavoidable, he vigorously and efficiently represents employers in claims of wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, violations of the ADA and FMLA, wage and hour violations, workplace safety violations, whistleblower retaliation, and other employment related claims.  Mr. Swartz also represents employers in prosecuting and defending claims involving breach of non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, misappropriation of confidential information, and related business claims.

Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, Mr. Swartz practiced commercial litigation in Orlando and throughout Florida in both state and federal court covering a vast number of practice areas, including business disputes, real estate, construction, employment, consumer, and intellectual property.  His work experience also includes stints in the Florida Senate, Florida Office of the Attorney General, and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. 

While attending law school, Mr. Swartz was Articles Selection Editor of the Florida State University Law Review, member of the Florida State University Business Review, and an IRS-certified volunteer for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program with the United Way of the Big Bend.  

Mr. Swartz is an avid runner, Florida Gator fan, and native of Tallahassee, Florida.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Justin S. Swartz

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