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Real Estate

Employers in the real estate industry span a wide range of work environments, often requiring an interdisciplinary approach to addressing their labor and employment law needs.

Overview

Many of our attorneys have developed unique expertise advising real estate industry employers—including developers, contractors, landlords, property managers, REITs, investment firms, investment managers and brokerage firms—with respect to the entire array of workplace law matters that can arise in these varied workplaces. With offices spread across the U.S., we are familiar with the local communities in which real estate employers operate as well as the local laws they must follow. We also draw upon our national practice group structure to bring a multidisciplinary approach where appropriate.

Some of the specific services we provide to employers in the real estate industry include:

  • Defending Title III accessibility lawsuits and representing employers in compliance investigations and enforcement actions initiated by the U.S. Department of Justice, as well as state and local anti-discrimination enforcement agencies;
  • Advising on how to comply with ADA Title III regulations, including conducting surveys of existing facilities and reviewing plans for new construction and/or renovations;
  • Advising on labor relations issues for both union-free and unionized employers, including negotiations with unions such as the SEIU; 
  • Advising on and defending litigation matters, including housing discrimination cases before HUD and state and city agencies;
  • Providing advice and counsel on the entire range of workplace safety issues; 
  • Advising on data privacy and social media issues; and
  • Formulating employee benefit programs and providing full-service counseling on employee benefits issues including but not limited to issues arising out of multi-employer pension plans.

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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

March 21, 2017

Supreme Court Rules President’s Power to Make Temporary Appointments is Limited

March 21, 2017

Former National Labor Relations Board Acting General Counsel Lafe Solomon’s continuing to serve as Acting NLRB General Counsel after President Barack Obama nominated him to the General Counsel position violated the Federal Vacancies Reform Act of 1998, the U.S. Supreme Court has decided in a 6-2 decision. National Labor Relations... Read More

March 16, 2017

Arizona’s Voter-Approved Minimum Wage, Paid Sick Leave Law Constitutional, State High Court Affirms

March 16, 2017

In a much-anticipated decision, the Arizona Supreme Court has unanimously ruled to uphold Proposition 206, the November 2016 ballot initiative that increases the Arizona minimum wage and requires employers in the state to offer paid sick leave to employees. Chief Justice Scott Bales stated in the March 14 order that the seven-member... Read More

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