Matthew A. Steinberg

Matthew A. Steinberg

Matthew Steinberg focuses his practice on all aspects of employment law, with an emphasis on representation of employers in individual and class/collective litigation matters before federal and state courts, administrative agencies, and arbitrators. He litigates multi-plaintiff employment discrimination lawsuits, United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) systemic discrimination actions, and federal and state law wage and hour and class/collective actions. Additionally, he handles related federal and state Department of Labor wage and hour investigations. Matt also has briefed and argued several appeals.

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An Unsolved Problem? Claims of Post-Employment Retaliation by the (Formerly) Problem Employee

Most employers know that various employment laws prohibit retaliation against employees who engage in protected activity, such as those who complain of discrimination, report purportedly unlawful conduct, or support fellow employees’ charges of similar conduct. What fewer employers may realize is that legal prohibitions on retaliation may, in some circumstances, extend beyond employees’ actual employment. Some of the post-employment conduct … Continue Reading

Whistleblower Claims The Wave Continues

“The cover-up is often worse than the crime” – an apt mantra for employers who are being increasingly forced to defend retaliation and/or whistleblower claims brought in myriad industries under a broad spectrum of federal and state laws.

The United States Supreme Court’s recent (and landmark) decision in Lawson v. FMR LLC, broadly expanding the scope of potential whistle-blower … Continue Reading

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