Michael J. Moberg is a principal in the Minneapolis, Minnesota, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Mike has more than 25 years of experience focusing his practice on labor and preventive practices and general employment litigation and counseling.
Mike's traditional labor experience includes assisting employers facing union organizing attempts, representing employers before the National Labor Relations Board and federal courts, negotiating collective bargaining agreements and providing advice and counsel on labor negotiations strategy, defending employers in labor arbitrations, and advice on strike planning and unlawful secondary boycotts.
Mike's employment law experience ranges from advising clients in minimizing legal exposure, preventive management and employee training to defending clients in administrative and legal forums on matters relating to discrimination (including race, age, sex, national origin, disability and sexual harassment), retaliation, Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), whistleblower, employment contract, Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA) and non-compete issues.
Mike has significant experience representing clients in a wide range of industries, including Energy and Utilities, Manufacturing, Metals and Coatings, Healthcare, Automotive, Financial Services, Retail, Food and Beverage Packaging, and Hospitality.
Mike frequently speaks and writes on labor and employment law matters for businesses as well as educational institutions and is a regular contributing editor to the authoritative labor law treatise, The Developing Labor Law, and its annual Cumulative Supplements, published by the American Bar Association.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Michael J. Moberg