Mr. Roth handles all types of employment litigations and disputes, including single and multiple plaintiff cases, class actions and collective actions before federal and state courts, administrative agencies, and various arbitration and mediation forums across the country. His litigation practice includes claims of sexual and other forms of harassment, employment discrimination, breach of contract, executive compensation and bonus claims, discipline and discharge disputes, and tort claims arising in the employment context. Mr. Roth also has a wealth of experience both prosecuting and defending non-competition, non-solicitation, trade secrets and other restrictive covenants matters.
In addition to employment litigation, Mr. Roth has an active counseling practice, and regularly provides advice and guidance to employers on a host of employment-related matters and issues, including reductions in force, restructuring, terminations, hiring, discipline, internal investigations, employment agreements, non-compete and other restrictive covenant agreements, leave and accommodation issues, and employment policies and manuals. He also provides advice and counsel to employers on avoiding or minimizing the risk of litigation and on achieving their employee relations objectives through such techniques as proactive human resources policies and procedures, training and alternative dispute resolution. Mr. Roth has been regularly involved in devising and conducting training programs for clients' managers and staff in connection with discrimination and harassment prevention, class action claims avoidance and defense strategies, and other employment law developments and issues. He also regularly provides employment and labor advice and analysis in connection with various forms of corporate transactions, and negotiates and drafts employment contracts and related agreements for high-level executives, officers and corporate management.