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Construction companies face a complex set of challenges that complicate employment decisions and require thoughtful approaches to protect the company from government scrutiny and litigation.

Overview

We provide strategic advice and counsel to construction companies, including government contractors and subcontractors, on a multitude of workplace law issues from reductions-in-force, to workplace safety, wage and hour issues, labor relations and OFCCP compliance. With broad experience counseling various types of construction industry employers, we understand the unique facts and legal issues to be considered in reaching an optimal solution for the particular company.

We bring together attorneys from a wide range of backgrounds to help construction industry employers meet the specific challenges facing contractors and subcontractors, suppliers and developers. Some of the specific services we provide include:
  • Providing advice and counsel on the entire range of labor relations issues for both unionized and union-free employers, including union organizing, collective bargaining, strikes and picketing, as well as successorship issues for government contractors;
  • Providing representation in OFCCP audits and defending investigations and lawsuits involving systemic discrimination allegations;
  • Providing representation in wage and hour compliance reviews and defending wage and hour lawsuits, including class actions;
  • Advising on worker classification, prevailing wage rates, recordkeeping and other compliance issues under the Davis-Bacon and Related Acts; 
  • Advising on immigration compliance;
  • Advising on workplace accommodations and leave of absence issues under the ADA, FMLA and analogous state laws;
  • Defending the entire range of workplace law-related litigation, including discrimination, harassment, retaliation and related tort claims; 
  • Representing companies during investigations of alleged fraud in connection with defense contracts and major public works projects; 
  • Advising on all aspects of workplace safety, including advocating for construction industry employers with respect to OSHA rulemaking;
  • Assisting government contractors in complying with all applicable privacy and data security mandates; and
  • Providing counsel on the entire range of benefits-related issues, including Affordable Care Act compliance.

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March 27, 2017

New Jersey Bill Will Make Whistleblower Settlement Agreements with Public Entities Public Records

March 27, 2017

Proposed legislation that would make whistleblower settlement agreements involving public entities available to the public has been approved unanimously by the New Jersey Assembly on March 23, 2017. The New Jersey Assembly Bill (A-4243) would bar public entities and public employees from entering into confidential settlements of... Read More

March 27, 2017

Jackson Lewis Files Comments on EEOC’s Proposed Guidance on Unlawful Harassment

March 27, 2017

Jackson Lewis has submitted comments to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on the Proposed Enforcement Guidance on Unlawful Harassment. The Proposed Guidance sets out to define what constitutes harassment, examine when a basis for employer liability exists if harassment is proven, and offer suggestions for preventive practices... Read More

March 22, 2017

Senate HELP Committee Holds Confirmation Hearing for Nominee Acosta to Head Labor Department

March 22, 2017

The Senate Health, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee on March 22, 2017, held confirmation hearings on the nomination of R. Alexander Acosta, President Donald Trump’s pick for Secretary of Labor. Acosta was introduced by Senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, both of whom have known Acosta for years. Rubio described Acosta as... Read More

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