Alexander Nemiroff is a partner in the Philadelphia office and a member of the firm’s Employment Law, Commercial Litigation, and Unfair Competition practice groups.
He litigates a wide variety of cases before federal and state courts and administrative agencies, including employment discrimination, workplace technology law, wrongful discharge, wage and hour law, and other matters. He has extensive experience in cases involving non-compete issues, trade secrets, tortious interference, and related claims. Mr. Nemiroff has represented clients before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the National Labor Relations Board, and state administrative agencies in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, and Delaware. He has defended employers in unfair labor practice and representation proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board and in labor arbitrations involving discharge, discipline, and contract interpretation. He has also prosecuted and defended arbitration actions before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Additionally, he has counseled clients on compliance with all aspects of labor and employment law, including compliance with state and federal leave laws, management of the labor and employment aspects of due diligence on numerous acquisitions, reviewing and drafting employee handbooks, workplace trainings, hiring and termination issues, wage payment issues, security and management of data, privacy, trade secrets and restrictive covenants. He also advises clients on social media risks and management, including ownership of social media, protecting digital media, e-discovery, cyber sabotage, BYOD, and social media policies.
Mr. Nemiroff is a frequent lecturer on various employment and litigation topics, speaking to a wide range of organizations, such as the Association of Corporate Counsel, the American Conference Institute, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, the Philadelphia and Suburban Healthcare Human Resources Association, the Institute of Internal Auditors, Tri-State HRMA, a division of SHRM, Lorman Education Services, the Maryland State Bar Association, the Camden County Bar Association, and the Montgomery County Bar Association. He has also written several published articles related to employment issues.