Hope B. Eastman is Co-Chair of the Employment Law Group.
Ms. Eastman has more than 30 years experience representing a variety of businesses, trade associations, and non-profit organizations in all areas of employment law, including age, gender, race, and disability discrimination; sexual and other harassment; wage and hour matters; and non-competition disputes. A significant portion of the practice involves representing employers before the EEOC, the OFCCP, the Department of Labor, other federal agencies, and in federal and state court. She is also a mediator focusing on employment disputes.
Ms. Eastman’s practice focuses on helping employers develop regulatory-sensitive employment policies for recruitment, selection, promotion, discipline, and termination of employees, and on evaluating and advising them with regard to major changes planned for their workforces. Throughout her career, she has been directly involved in the shaping of federal employment law, both before Congress and with the Executive Branch.