I concentrate my practice in the representation of companies in labor and employment disputes. My representation extends beyond the courtroom, into various state and federal administrative agencies. My recent victories for clients include winning the decertification of a wage and hour class action, obtaining summary judgment in a discrimination and retaliation lawsuit, prevailing in a jury trial on breach of a non-competition agreement, and achieving the decertification of a labor union.
Complementing my litigation practice, I also advise individuals and companies on a wide-range of employment, human relations, and labor-relations issues. I serve as an “outside in-house counsel” for businesses that lack an in-house labor & employment attorney. In this role, I draft policies and handbooks, audit HR practices and procedures, and advise companies on day-to-day HR issues such as employee discipline and terminations and workplace investigations.
My most recent book, The Employer Bill of Rights: A Manager’s Guide to Workplace Law, is a practical handbook designed to help business owners and managers navigate the ever-changing maze of labor and employment laws, rules, and regulations.
In addition to this blog, I also comment on current labor and employment law issues on:
- Twitter (@jonhyman);
- LinkedIn (www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanhyman)
- Facebook (www.facebook.com/ohio.employer.law.blog)
I also serve as a featured blogger for Workforce.com, and write a monthly column for Workforce Magazine while also serving on its editorial advisory board.
Super Lawyers named me an Ohio Rising Star in the area of Employment Law for 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2013.