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Matthew J. Camardella

Long Island

P 631-247-4639
F 631-247-0417



Matthew Camardella is a Principal in the Long Island, New York, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He directs the preparation of more than 400 AAPs each year and has defended hundreds of OFCCP audits for a broad range of employers across the country.

In addition, Mr. Camardella serves as the Practice Group lead on responding to OFCCP allegations of class-based discrimination. He regularly counsels clients about the design and implementation of company-wide AAP structures, applicant flow tracking systems, and other complex “real world” compliance issues.  He spends significant time advising clients on their compensation practices and directing pay equity analyses.

Mr. Camardella serves as Counsel to the American Association for Access, Equity and Diversity (AAAED) and serves as Vice-Chair of the Philadelphia “Liberty” Industry Liaison Group (ILG). His work with the AAAA and ILG keeps him abreast of OFCCP enforcement trends.

Mr. Camardella joined Jackson Lewis in September, 1997. During law school, he was Editor-in-Chief of the Hofstra Labor Law Journal and received the Award for Outstanding Performance in Labor and Employment Law.

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January 29, 2016
Bloomberg BNA

Matthew Camardella Comments on Challenges to OFCCP Audits

January 29, 2016

Matthew Camardella comments on the recent legal outcomes obtained by the OFCCP in Fourth Amendment denial-of-access cases in Bloomberg BNA's "Challenges to OFCCP Audits Baffle Some, Inspire Others."     Read More

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February 12, 2016

Massachusetts Moves Closer to Toughening Pay Equity Requirements

February 12, 2016

The Massachusetts Senate has passed a bill to amend the state’s Equal Pay Act that would impose more rigorous equal pay obligations on employers by prohibiting certain conduct. The House is considering the bill. Under the Equal Pay Act, employers are prohibited from discriminating against employees on the basis of gender in the... Read More