Mr. Nagle represents a broad spectrum of regional and national clients in diverse fields, including high technology, financial services, manufacturing, retail and higher education. He regularly counsels clients on strategies for avoiding employment litigation and maintaining positive, direct relations with employees. He also has experience advising clients with affirmative action, collective bargaining, labor arbitration, OSHA and wage and hour issues. His recent engagements include:
- Defending an age discrimination collective action brought by more than 100 plaintiffs arising out of a reduction-in-force and alleging disparate impact and a pattern or practice of discrimination
- Prevailing before the First Circuit in a case of first impression that limited the extra-territorial application of the whistle-blowing protections of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
- Guiding the independent board members of a publicly traded company in responding to sexual harassment allegations directed against the company's chief executive officer
- Achieving a substantial, favorable jury verdict on behalf of a departing CEO and his new employer charged with misappropriating confidential information from his prior employer
Mr. Nagle served as the management chair of the Labor and Employment Law Section of the Boston Bar Association from 1992-1994. He serves on the Individual Rights and Responsibilities Committee of the American Bar Association's Labor and Employment Law Section.