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Trever L. Neuroth

Washington, D.C. Region*

*Admitted only in AK

P 703-483-8313
F 703-483-8301


Trever Neuroth is an Associate in the Washington, D.C. Region office of Jackson Lewis P.C. His practice focuses on representing employers before both federal and state OSHA enforcement agencies. He also assists employers in ensuring compliance with complex safety and health regulations.

Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, Mr. Neuroth was employed by the United States Postal Service, where he served as OSHA counsel. As OSHA counsel, Mr. Neuroth provided advice and counsel on OSHA compliance issues at a national-level and also gave guidance to attorneys handling OSHA investigations and litigation matters. While at the Postal Service, Mr. Neuroth gained valuable litigation experience as he tried multiple cases before the EEOC, MSPB, and Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission.

While attending law school, Mr. Neuroth served as the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Environmental and Sustainability Law and was a member of the Phi Alpha Delta legal honors fraternity.

Professional Associations and Activities

  • Alaska Bar Association, Employment Law Section
  • American Bar Association, Occupational Safety and Health Law Committee

Published Works

  • “Possession is Not Nine-Tenths of the Law: An Exploration of the Ninth Circuit’s Decision in San Pedro Boatworks” Journal of Environmental and Sustainability Law [Author]

Speeches and Presentations

  • “How to Set Up an OSHA Compliant Drug Testing or Safety Incentive Program,” BLR Safety Summit (Austin, TX, April 2019) (presenter)

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September 4, 2019
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Trever Neuroth Comments on Implications of Updated Fall Protection Rules

September 4, 2019

Trever Neuroth comments on the updated fall prevention and protection rules and the effort to reduce fall-related fatalities in "Employers still catching up on updated fall protection rules," published by Business Insurance.  Subscription may be required to view article Read More

July 23, 2019
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Trever Neuroth Discusses Changes in OSHA reporting and Common Citations

July 23, 2019

Trever Neuroth discusses the recent changes in OSHA reporting, including electronic record keeping and severe injury reporting in "Attorney, former OSHA council to USPS outlines steps to make next CSHO visit a more welcome experience," published by Bulk Transporter. Subscription may be required to view article Read More

July 1, 2019
Business Insurance

Trever Neuroth Comments on Implications of Cal/OSHA's Proposed Regulations to Protect Workers From Wildfire Smoke

July 1, 2019

Trever Neuroth comments on the implications of Cal/OSHA's recently proposed regulations to protect workers from wildfire smoke in "California wildfire safety rules spark concerns for employers," published by Business Insurance.  Subscription may be required to view article Read More

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OSHA Releases Annual “Top 10”
October 14, 2019

With the end of the federal government’s fiscal year having ended on September 30, OSHA recently released the top ten violations for fiscal year 2019. Generally, this list does not change much from year to year with the top three violations tending to be fall protection, hazard communication, and scaffolding. Read More

Stricter Cal/OSHA Standard on Lead Exposure Expected in September 2020
August 21, 2019

On June 27, 2019, California Governor Newsom approved Senate Bill 83. This budget bill contained a provision setting a September 30, 2020 deadline for Cal/OSHA to adopt a revised lead exposure standard. Read More

House Democrats Propose Bill Requiring Workplace Heat Standard
July 15, 2019

On July 10, 2019, U.S. House of Representatives Democrats released a bill that, if passed, would require OSHA to develop a federal standard on workplace heat stress. Under the proposed bill, OSHA would have two years to propose a heat protection standard to protect both indoor and outdoor workers. Read More