Anthony has experience representing both employers and employees in CA, NY, NJ, and CT. For the past several years, Anthony has worked exclusively on behalf of employers in both public and private settings. Most recently, Anthony served as In-House Counsel for Labor & Employment Law matters at a company responsible for providing facility-related services in the New York tri-state area.
Anthony counsels and provides day-to-day advice to employers in all aspects of employment law, including:
- Wage and Hour
- Disciplinary Matters
- Wrongful Termination
- Grievances and Arbitrations
- Reductions in Force/Layoff
- Disabilities and Leaves of Absence
- Employee Handbooks, Policies, Rules and Regulations
- Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiation and administration
- Training and preventive counseling for employee/labor relations
- Internal Investigations (e.g. Harassment, Discrimination, Retaliation, Employee Complaints)
Anthony and his family recently returned to California after living on the East Coast and he is eager to become involved in his surrounding communities. Anthony was a member of the New York State Bar Association’s Labor & Employment Law Section and performed pro bono work under the Special Litigation Project, providing legal services to low-income residents in the New York City area.
Anthony attended college at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he double majored in Business Economics and Psychology with a minor in Applied Psychology. He received his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School with a concentration in Labor & Employment Law. Anthony is admitted to practice in New York and his admission is pending to the State Bar of California.
Originally from the Los Angeles and San Diego areas, Anthony grew up on the West Coast and lived in Washington, Oregon, and Nevada as a child. He and his family just moved back to California and love going to the beach and parks to enjoy the beautiful California weather. In particular, Anthony enjoys playing basketball whenever he has the opportunity.