Larry Robert Seegull
Jackson Lewis LLP
Address: 2800 Quarry Lake Drive, Suite 200 Baltimore, Maryland 21209 (Independent City)
Overview: Larry Robert Seegull Listed: Maryland Super Lawyer; Chambers USA; America's Leading Lawyers for Business; The Best Lawyers In America. Representative Articles and Speeches include: "Hiring and Firing: Doing It Right to Avoid Problems," Weinberg Fellows Program, July 22, 2003; "Developments in Arbitration in the Non-Union Setting," MICPEL's Employment Law Institute, May 7, 2003; "Ex Parte Communications with Former Employees Under the Maryland Rules of Professional Conduct," The Defense Line, Spring 2003; "Untangling the Confusing - and Often Conflicting - Web of Leave Laws: FMLA, ADA and Workers' Comp," Council on Education in Management, December 2001; "References Once More Become A Land Mine," Baltimore Business Journal, March 14-20, 1997; "Downsized; Partners May Bring ADEA Suits," National Law Journal, Sept. 30, 1996; "Beware the Native Tongue: National Origin and English-Only Rules," Society for Human Resources Management, Legal Report, Spring 1995; "ADR For Today's Workforce," Warfield's Business Daily — August 1996; "ADR Agreements with Employees Growing in Use and Popularity," The Daily Record, August 27, 1996; "Individual ADR Agreements: Effective and Enforceable," Personnel Law Update, Council on Education in Management, February 1996. Seminars include: "The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002," Baltimore Metropolitan Area of Chapter for the American Payroll Association, February 2, 2004; "Will They or Won't They? The Proposed Regulations to Overtime Exemptions Under the Fair Labor Standards Act," an Internet seminar presentation with ADP Services, October 9, 2003.
Practice Areas: Labor and Employment(100%)
Admitted: 1994, Maryland; U.S. District Court, District of Maryland; U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia; U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan; U.S. Court of Appeals, Third and Fourth Circuits; U.S. Supreme Court