Daniel C. Moreland
Daniel C. Moreland
represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law.
devotes a substantial portion of his
practice to advising management on matters including unemployment insurance, civil rights, wage and hour issues, employment contracts, restrictive covenants and many other issues that arise in the course of both unionized and non-union employment relationships.
also works with clients to develop and refine employment practices and procedures, such as contracts, employee handbooks and employment applications, to comply with local, state and federal labor and employment law.
often litigates in various federal and state courts, including at the appellate level, as well as proceedings before government administrative agencies and in labor arbitrations.
has successfully argued cases before numerous courts and agencies including the New York State Department
of Labor, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the New York State Division of Human Rights, the New York City Commission on Human Rights and the National Labor Relations Board
law practice, Mr. Moreland
has conducted training sessions in every aspect of labor and employment law, including independent contractor status, sexual harassment, union avoidance, disability accommodation and discrimination.
frequently presents lectures on employment law to human resource organizations and other employer organizations.
successfully tried a retaliation claim before a jury for a client in the New York cleaning services industry
A Judge in the Southern District of New York granted summary judgment dismissing a former employee's claims of age discrimination against a client who provides services to the developmentally disabled
has successfully handled many claims before the New York State Department
of Labor where the State alleged that his
clients failed to pay unemployment insurance taxes