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Energy and Utilities

For employers in energy-related industries, complex employment law challenges overlap with heightened safety mandates.

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Our attorneys have handled countless matters on behalf of employers in energy-related industries, including oil and gas, nuclear energy, wind energy and the electric utility industry. We regularly provide advice and counsel on the entire range of labor and employment law issues and defend energy industry employers in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies.

Our experience counseling energy industry employers encompasses all aspects of workplace law, including labor relations, litigation, immigration and benefits. Some of the specific services we offer include:

  • Advising on all aspects of labor relations, including union avoidance, elections, contract negotiations, labor arbitrations and Board charges;
  • Representing employers in all types of employment litigation, including class and collective actions;
  • Reviewing policies concerning leaves of absence, reasonable accommodation and related issues;
  • Advising on affirmative action plan (AAP) preparation and OFCCP audit defense;
  • Advising on compliance with federal and state wage and hour laws, as well as privacy and data security mandates across the country; and
  • Advising on a broad scope of workplace safety matters, including pending and final agency rulemaking, OSHA requirements and the interplay between OSHA and other federal agencies, as well as representing clients in investigations by federal and state governmental agencies, defending OSHA citations, providing crisis management advice and counsel and conducting accident investigations, conducting safety and health audits, and providing representation in whistleblower proceedings.

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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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