February 28, 2019
NEW YORK – Veteran labor and employment attorney Mitchell Boyarsky has joined Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP in its New York office as a partner. He formerly served as head of the New York labor and employment practice at Gibbons P.C.
Boyarsky advises clients in a variety of workplace subjects, particularly focused on restrictive covenant, wage and hour, executive contracts matters, transactional employment matters especially related to corporate mergers and acquisitions, and related employment litigation. For 25 years, he has represented management in workplace law. He is recognized for his labor and employment work by legal publishers Chambers and Partners.
“Mitch has broad experience that will enhance the depth and breadth of our services to our clients,” noted William T. Hogan III, an employment and litigation team leader. “We look forward to having him join our team.”
Boyarsky regularly prepares contracts and policies and consults on personnel subjects. Boyarsky regularly represents clients in administrative agency matters and investigations, including those before departments of labor, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and equivalent state and local agencies, and the National Labor Relations Board. He spends significant time assisting clients in investigating workplace complaints typically involving sexual harassment, discrimination, and unfair treatment. He also advises senior executives related to employment agreements, restrictive covenant agreements, and severance agreements. He also represents management in traditional labor matters, including labor arbitrations, collective bargaining, and representation cases.
“Mitch brings years of experience to our New York office and will be an asset to our New York team,” said New York Managing Partner Richard Smith.
He earned his JD from Brooklyn Law School and a BA, cum laude, from the University of Massachusetts – Amherst.
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