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Vincent E. Polsinelli

Principal and Office Litigation Manager
Albany

P 518-512-8755
F 518-242-7730
Vincent.Polsinelli@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Vincent E. Polsinelli is a Principal and the Office Litigation Manager in the Albany, New York, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Mr. Polsinelli regularly assists companies in resolving employment-related claims in both federal and state courts, as well as before administrative agencies. As a member of the firm’s Class Actions and Complex Litigation and Wage and Hour Practice Groups, the primary focus of Mr. Polsinelli’s litigation practice involves representing employers in class and/or collective actions under the FLSA and state wage and hour laws. Whatever the workplace dispute, he helps clients to achieve their best result, whether through strategic litigation or alternative resolution efforts. He has significant experience helping clients obtain positive results in both class-action and single-plaintiff litigation matters involving wage and hour disputes; discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims; employee benefits issues; restrictive covenant enforcement; and other contractual disagreements.

In addition to these litigation matters, Mr. Polsinelli also provides preventive counseling and compliance advice to employers in all areas of employment law. He regularly advises clients in a broad range of industries on complex and highly regulated areas, such as wage and hour compliance, and works with clients to develop and maintain sound workplace policies and practices.

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June 11, 2015
Law 360

Will Anthony, Franklin Goldberger, John Higgins and Vincent Polsinelli Discuss Jackson Lewis' New Albany Team

June 11, 2015

Will Anthony, Franklin Goldberger, John Higgins and Vincent Polsinelli discuss the addition of Jackson Lewis' newest team in Albany in Law 360’s “Jackson Lewis Bags Nixon Peabody Labor Pros, Assistant DA.” Subscription may be required to view article. Read More

June 5, 2015
Jackson Lewis

Jackson Lewis Attracts Top Talent in Albany

June 5, 2015

ALBANY, NY (June 5, 2015) Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s largest and fastest-growing workplace law firms, is pleased to announce the expansion of its attorney roster in Albany with the addition of prominent Shareholders John E. Higgins and Vincent E. Polsinelli, both formerly partners in the labor... Read More

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February 17, 2017

New York State Regulations Governing Payroll Debit Cards (Scheduled to Become Effective March 7) Held Invalid and Revoked

February 17, 2017

The New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) issued final regulations in September 2016, significantly restricting the use of payroll debit cards and imposing disclosure and consent requirements for direct deposit. The regulations (12 NYCRR §192) were to become effective on March 7, 2017. However, in a February 16, 2017... Read More

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Judge Decertifies Class Based on Plaintiffs’ Differing Accounts of Their Responsibilities
March 31, 2017

Those who follow developments in wage and hour class actions know that challenges to the exempt status of assistant managers are quite common. Read More

Third Circuit: No Direct Evidence Needed for Mixed-Motive Jury Instruction in FMLA Retaliation Cases
March 29, 2017

A former employee alleges that he was terminated because he exercised his right to take intermittent leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act. His former employer asserts that his FMLA leave had nothing to do with his termination. Rather, the employer claims, he was let go simply because his position was eliminated. Read More

Third Circuit: No Direct Evidence Needed for Mixed-Motive Jury Instruction in FMLA Retaliation Cases
March 28, 2017

A former employee alleges that he was terminated because he exercised his right to take intermittent leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act. His former employer asserts that his FMLA leave had nothing to do with his termination. Rather, the employer claims, he was let go simply because his position was eliminated. Read More