Jeremy Sosna’s 25-year legal career has been defined by a passion for helping companies mitigate legal risk and solve legal problems with a business-minded focus. Jeremy’s talent for “seeing around corners” to proactively manage an unrealized legal risk, and for fashioning business-minded solutions after problems have surfaced, have made him a valued and trusted advisor to corporate legal departments, C-suite executives, business leaders, and Boards of Directors. Jeremy’s commitment to client service and the highest quality legal services has been the hallmark of his practice.
Jeremy is a seasoned trial and appellate lawyer who has successfully defended clients of all sizes, from Fortune 500 publicly traded companies to privately held corporations, in dozens of jury and bench trials, arbitrations, government agency hearings, appeals, and class and collective actions. Jeremy’s deep experience in bringing such disputes to a successful conclusion with the least amount of disruption is one of the reasons companies rely on him to handle their most important matters. Jeremy represents clients in diverse industries in a wide range of employment disputes, including actions arising under:
- Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
- The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
- The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA)
- The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
- The Sarbanes-Oxley Act
- State antidiscrimination, leave, and whistleblower statutes
- Unfair competition, restrictive covenants and employee raiding disputes
Jeremy also regularly counsels global corporations regarding complex labor and employment matters to proactively mitigate legal risk and solve legal problems with a business-minded focus. Jeremy provides legal and strategic advice regarding a broad array of legal issues, including discrimination and harassment matters, restructuring and workforce reductions, leaves of absence and disability accommodations, compliance with state and federal wage and hour laws, whistleblowing and government investigations, protection of intellectual property and enforcement of restrictive covenants, union organizing and collective bargaining, and labor and employment issues associated with mergers and acquisitions. Jeremy also has conducted numerous independent investigations regarding personnel matters, workplace conduct, and violations of anticorruption and antikickback laws.