Todd D. Wozniak is Co-Chair of the firm’s Labor & Employment Practice’s ERISA & Employee Benefits Litigation group. He is a trial lawyer who defends companies and public institutions throughout the United States in labor and employment, ERISA, and business disputes. He is also experienced in wage and hour litigation, state and federal whistleblower statutes, non-discrimination laws, plant closing and mass layoff laws, collective bargaining and traditional labor relations, executive contracts and compensation, non-compete and trade secrets litigation, and partnership/business disputes. During his career, Todd has defended more than a dozen class or collective actions and tried more than 40 cases or arbitrations to verdict.
Todd is a frequent lecturer and writer on a wide range of employment and business related issues, including protecting trade secrets, implementing reductions-in-force, pre-dispute arbitration agreements and programs, class action defense, ERISA compliance and preemption, eDiscovery, and wage and hour compliance.
Class and collective actions
Labor and employment
Discrimination, harassment and retaliation cases
Sarbanes-Oxley and whistleblower cases
Executive employment agreements and compensation
FLSA and state law wage and hour cases
WARN compliance and litigation
OSHA compliance and workplace injury litigation
Traditional labor law, including union campaigns and arbitrations
Non-compete, trade secrets and intellectual property litigation
Partnership and business disputes
Labor and employment aspects of corporate/bankruptcy transactions
Articles in the National Law Review database by Todd D. Wozniak