Roger S. Kaplan is a Partner in the Long Island office of Jackson Lewis LLP. He has represented clients and appeared before executive departments and administrative agencies, such as the United States Department of Labor (Occupational Safety and Health Administration), the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission, the National Labor Relations Board, and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. He also has appeared before many federal and state courts, including the United States Supreme Court.
A leader of the Drug Testing and Substance Abuse Management Practice Group, Mr. Kaplan has worked with many employers to help assure that their drug and abuse testing policies and procedures comply with the state and federal laws and to develop effective testing strategies. He has frequently addressed business and professional groups on substance abuse testing issues.
Mr. Kaplan also is active in the Firm’s Workplace Safety and Health and Labor and Preventive Practices groups. On behalf of a client association, he participated in negotiations with OSHA’s national office concerning implementation of a crane safety standard.
Winning NLRB Elections. 4th ed.
Commerce Clearing House, 1997. [Co-Author]
Matthew Bender & Co., Member of the LexisNexis Group [Editor, 2007-]
"Responding to Union Organizing Campaigns"
Business Law Monograph Series (January 1986-) [Co-Author]
“Employer is not Liable Under the General Duty Clause Where a Hazard is not “Recognized”
Bender’s Labor & Employment Bulletin (March 2013) [Co-Author]