Litigating more than six dozen class actions and collective actions in California, New York, Georgia and Maryland involving a variety of employment issues, including discrimination and wage-hour claims, and successfully defeating motions for class certification on such claims. The sizes of the putative classes have ranged from 75 to approximately 15,000 employees.
Litigating a wide variety of employment-related claims, including discrimination, harassment, retaliation, breach of contract, misclassification, overtime, meal and rest breaks, restrictive covenants, whistleblower, and defamation cases. Mr. Kun has taken more than a dozen of these cases to trial.
Providing counseling and management training on employment issues.
Drafting and review of employment agreements and restrictive covenants.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Michael S. Kun
Michael S. Kun is a employment & labor litigator at Epstein Becker Green, focusing on California employment law. He was recognized as a National Law Review Go-To thought leader for his work analyzing Employment Law matters, employment class action litigation, complying with Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Overtime and changing Department of Labor (DOL) wage-hour and salary threshold regulations, as well as changes in arbitration rules. National Law Review readers count themselves well-informed and up to the minute from Kun's expertise.