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Benjamin A. Tulis

Associate
Los Angeles

P 213-630-8222
F 213-689-0430
Benjamin.Tulis@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Benjamin Tulis is an Associate in the Los Angeles, California, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. His practice focuses on advice and counsel within the labor and employment law sector. Mr. Tulis is a member of the California Advice and Counsel Resource Group.

Mr. Tulis counsels employers on a host of employment issues, including wage and hour laws, leaves of absence, employment-related agreements, independent contractor classifications, company policies, reductions in force, workplace investigations, employee discipline, and litigation avoidance. Mr. Tulis further conducts training and seminars on employment related issues, including sexual harassment prevention training. 

Furthermore, Mr. Tulis has experience representing employers and individual defendants in a wide range of employment and labor matters, including wrongful termination, matters arising under ERISA, administrative matters, wage and hour class actions, and matters involving competition and restrictive covenants. Mr. Tulis has litigated and arbitrated a number matters through verdict.

Before joining Jackson Lewis, Mr. Tulis practiced in New York representing accounting firms and related financial professionals in connection with all aspects of their businesses. He was involved in complex litigation, commercial transactions, government investigations, mergers and acquisitions, employment disputes and advising on best practices for accounting and financial professionals.

While attending law school, Mr. Tulis was the Editor-in-Chief of the Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law.

Published Works

  • “Final Offer ‘Baseball’ Arbitration: Contexts, Mechanics & Applications,” Seton Hall Sports & Entertainment Law Journal (January 2010) [Author]

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September 15, 2017

California on Brink of Further Expansion of Fair Pay Protections

September 15, 2017

California’s legislature is close to passing three bills to expand the state’s fair pay laws. The bills, introduced in early 2017, were designed to expand upon, or clarify, the amended California Fair Pay Act (CFPA). The bills include: Assembly Bill (AB) 1209: To require employers with at least 500 employees in California to... Read More

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Assembly Bill Codifying Dynamex Moves Forward, with Notable Exemptions
March 29, 2019

On March 26, 2019, proposed Assembly Bill 5, which would codify the California Supreme Court’s controversial Dynamex decision, was amended to exempt certain types of licensed workers. Just as noteworthy as the types of workers identified as exempt from the standard are the types of employees who were not identified. Read More

Sick Leave Entitlements on the Rise in CA? A Pending CA Bill Is Looking to Do Just That.
April 12, 2018

Just three years after the enactment of California’s paid sick leave law under the Healthy Workplace Healthy Family Act of 2014 (AB 1522), a new bill has been introduced seeking to increase the amount of sick leave employers must provide employees under California law. Read More

Sick Leave Entitlements on the Rise in CA? A Pending CA Bill Is Looking to Do Just That.
April 11, 2018

Just three years after the enactment of California’s paid sick leave law under the Healthy Workplace Healthy Family Act of 2014 (AB 1522), a new bill has been introduced seeking to increase the amount of sick leave employers must provide employees under California law. Read More