Matthew Cooper utilizes his unique prior experience as a federal government trial attorney and boutique employment firm litigator to provide pointed advice to employers dealing with environmental, safety and health (ESH) issues and general employment matters.
Matt’s ESH practice consists of helping employers navigate regulatory inspections, investigations, accidents, and other crises management, as well as litigating a wide array of government enforcement actions, including both MSHA and OSHA. As an employment attorney, he also litigates and counsels employers on a comprehensive range of workplace matters, including wage and hour compliance, agency audits and investigations, employment agreements, policy drafting and implementation, and discrimination, retaliation, and whistleblower claims.
Prior to joining us, Matt served as a judicial clerk for the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, a trial attorney for the United States Department of Labor, and a litigator for one of the country’s leading boutique employment law firms.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Matthew C. Cooper