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Ravindra K. Shaw

Associate
New York

P 212-545-4041
F 212-972-3213
ShawR@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Ravindra K. Shaw is an Associate in the New York City, New York, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He focuses his practice on employment litigation and counseling.

Mr. Shaw represents employers before federal and state courts and administrative agencies throughout the metropolitan New York area. He has defended cases involving claims of sexual harassment, retaliation, and/or discrimination on the bases of race, sex, age, pregnancy, disability, national origin, and religion. In addition, Mr. Shaw has litigated breach of executive employment contract disputes and complex commercial cases involving non-compete / restrictive covenant issues, misappropriation of trade secrets, breach of fiduciary duty, employee raiding, and claims under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. He also has significant experience representing companies in collective actions under the Fair Labor Standards Act and class actions alleging civil RICO immigration violations.

Before joining Jackson Lewis, Mr. Shaw served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Theodore A. Winard, a civil division judge for the Superior Court of New Jersey. While attending law school, he was Managing Editor of the Emory International Law Review.

Honors and Recognitions

  • Lawyer’s Alliance for New York, 2011 Cornerstone Award for Outstanding Pro Bono Legal Services to Non-profits

Professional Associations and Activities

  • American Bar Association
  • New York State Bar Association

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June 30, 2017
Jackson Lewis

Jackson Lewis Publishes Q2 Diversity and Inclusion Committee Newsletter

June 30, 2017

Please enjoy our Diversity and Inclusion Committee Newsletter for the second quarter of 2017. A best practice of our firm, it includes personal, diversity-focused messages from our Diversity Committee Chair and Diversity Committee Manager, and highlights diverse attorney promotions, diversity-related activities, sponsorships and events... Read More

June 24, 2016
Jackson Lewis

Jackson Lewis Publishes Q1 Diversity and Inclusion Committee Newsletter

June 24, 2016

Please enjoy our Diversity and Inclusion Committee Newsletter for the first quarter of 2016. A best practice of our firm, it includes personal, diversity-focused messages from our Diversity Committee Chair and Diversity Committee Manager, and highlights diverse attorney promotions, diversity-related activities, sponsorships and events... Read More

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December 10, 2015

Second Circuit Adopts Narrow Construction of Federal Computer Fraud Statute, Joins Circuit Split

December 10, 2015

Ruling that under the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), an individual “exceeds authorized access” only when he obtains or alters information on a computer that he does not have authorization to access for any purpose, the federal appeals court in New York has reversed the conviction of a former police officer.... Read More

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California Federal Court Grants TRO Under New Federal Trade Secrets Law
June 15, 2016

In the first decision under the federal Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 (DTSA), which was signed into law on May 11, 2016, a California federal court has granted a temporary restraining order (TRO) against a sales consultant who changed employers and allegedly stole confidential data in violation of federal and state trade secret laws Read More

Second Circuit Adopts Narrow Construction of Federal Computer Fraud Statute, Joins Circuit Split
December 16, 2015

Clifford R. Atlas and Ravindra K. Shaw of Jackson Lewis’s New York office have written on the firm’s website about a recent decision from the Second Circuit Court of Appeals applying the narrow definition of “exceeds authorized access” under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.¬† The case is United States v. Read More

Another New York Federal Court Narrowly Construes the Federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
March 27, 2013

When an executive search firm bought the goodwill and other assets of a similar firm and learned that the individual sellers took client lists and diverted business in violation of their non-compete agreements, it terminated the sellers’ employment and sued¬†them and other third-party defendants for violating the Computer Fraud and A Read More