Seth has successfully litigated numerous First Amendment, employment, and commercial disputes for clients in the media, financial services and healthcare industries, among others.
Seth’s extensive First Amendment and media experience includes regularly defending defamation and invasion of privacy complaints as well as obtaining access to court records and proceedings for our media clients. Some examples of the latter include opposing closures of hearings and court records in high profile cases involving Drew Peterson, Laquan McDonald and former Mayor Daley’s nephew.
Additionally, Seth regularly represents both plaintiffs and defendants in wage and hour disputes, employment discrimination claims and disputes regarding post-employment restrictive covenants and confidentiality obligations. Seth has also arbitrated several cases before FINRA and other financial industry regulators, including working with other FVLD attorneys to recover an award of more than $1.2 million for a registered financial representative.
Seth regularly consults with FVLD clients to assist them in avoiding litigation and favorably settling disputes before a lawsuit is filed. His litigation experience allows him to anticipate potential pitfalls and provide practical advice so that clients can make informed business decisions regarding their dispute resolution strategies.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Seth A. Stern