Jonathan Nadler in the Press
Jonathan Nadler is currently a lawyer at the Philadelphia branch of Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellot, LLC. Most commonly known as simply Eckert Seamans, Jonathan advises his clients with labor relations issues and employment laws about government-issued documents such as the FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) and the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act). He also appears in front of boards such as the NLRB (National Labor Relations Board) and the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) on behalf of his clients to solve labor related matters.
Over the span of his career, Jonathan Nadler has represented many clients from international businesses to smaller, localized companies. His expertise in defense for claims of employment discrimination, employee discipline, internal investigations, wage and hour matters, computer and Internet usage, the defense for unfair labor practice charges, handling collective bargaining agreements, and dabbling politics have benefitted him greatly in his career.
What’s most notable about Jonathan is the fact that he was featured and quoted in media outlets such as Forbes, Bloomberg, Human Resource Executive, and Law360. His most recent mentions include a series of “What If” articles that predicted and outlined the different outcomes of the 2012 election and its effects on businesses and labor relations. Written in partnership with a colleague at Reed Smith LLP, which is an elite global law firm headquartered in Pittsburgh, the articles earned thousands of views on Forbes a month prior to Former President Obama’s re-election.
See the rest of Jonathan Nadler’s press portfolio below.
Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife This guest article by Jonathan R. Nadler and Joel Barras of Reed Smith LLP is the conclusion to a three-part series on the impact of the presidential election on employers. Click here for part 1 and part 2. Although Mitt Romney has not provided many specifics […]
This volume covers board decisions and orders issued from May 15, 2006 through August 31, 2006.A few examples of cases in this work include:* Smithfield Foods, Inc.
The administration is likely to take steps that could force companies to classify more of their independent contractors and part-time workers as employees, giving them expanded benefits and legal rights, and putting their employers on the hook for more payroll taxes.
New rules have changed how unions are allowed to organize on the job site. Jonathan R. Nadler, Esq. presents "The Overview of Changes to R-Case Procedures & Impact of Rule Changes, from both Union and Employer Perspectives" and William P. Cruice, Esq. presents "A Level Playing Field for Union Organizing?
Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife This guest article by Jonathan R. Nadler and Joel Barras of Reed Smith LLP is the second in a three-part series on the impact of the presidential election on employers. Click here for part 1 and part 3. Regardless of the outcome, the 2012 elections are […]