Andrew P. Marks has more than 25 years of litigation experience and has represented employers in multiple single plaintiff and class action cases. He has successfully litigated claims in federal and state courts involving:
- Title VII
- The Americans with Disabilities Act
- The Fair Labor Standards Act
- The Family and Medical Leave Act
- The Age Discrimination in Employment Act
- The Employee Retirement Income Security Act
He also handles breach of non-compete contracts and employment contracts in courts and arbitration. He frequently works with insurance brokers, airlines, and restaurants.
With more than two decades experience representing management in labor and employment law matters, his traditional labor practice encompasses representation and counseling in connection with:
- Administrative hearings
- Collective bargaining
- Grievance arbitration
- Union avoidance
- Strike-related activity
- Corporate reorganization
Andrew's notable successes include a case establishing an employer's right to hire strike and retain strike replacements under the Railway Labor Act; a case enforcing the theory of inevitable disclosure to prevent a competitor from hiring a former employee; a case in which a municipality's right to terminate participation in a union health fund for misfeasance was upheld; and a case granting summary judgment in a nation-wide class action misclassification, among many others.
Additionally, Andrew has lectured on employment-related topics and counsels employers regarding employment and labor law issues. He also conducts many seminars on employment and labor law topics for industry groups.
A founding member of Littler Mendelson's New York office, Andrew formerly served as co-chair of the Railway Labor Act Practice Group.
In law school, he was a member of the Law Review.
PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY AFFILIATIONS
- Member, American Bar Association
- Member, New York City Bar Association
- Member, Westchester County Bar Association