Marc-Joseph has a business mindset and understands the high stakes of litigating on behalf of his clients. When high-profile employers face allegations of wrongdoing and the specter of a public trial, Marc-Joseph's meticulous and fact-driven defense delivers favorable outcomes for employers.
Marc-Joseph has prevailed against claims of sexual harassment, employment discrimination, whistleblowing, retaliation, breach of contract, failure to accommodate disabilities, wage and hour claims, and more.
Marc-Joseph negotiates, drafts, and reviews complex documents involving executive compensation agreements, severance and separation agreements, waivers and releases, nondisclosure agreements, and indemnity agreements.
Marc-Joseph handles various traditional labor matters for management under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and the Labor Management Relations Act (LMRA). Marc-Joseph counsels clients on day-to-day labor/management issues (including union organizing and strike issues) and handles grievance/arbitration issues. He also has extensive experience in unfair labor practices and assists clients with the labor implications of corporate transactions.
Marc-Joseph also frequently litigates non-competition and other post-separation restrictive covenants. Marc-Joseph ensures that departing employees meet their legal obligations towards their previous employer or represents companies against claims that they have wrongfully poached an employee.
Marc-Joseph also represents employers seeking to prevent former employees' misappropriation of confidential business information.
Marc-Joseph has served as an associate at New York law firms, representing employers in the financial, real estate, food, hospitality, retail and technology industries. Marc-Joseph regularly advises clients on various employment-related issues, focusing on avoiding litigation. He regularly conducts internal investigations related to allegations of discrimination against protected classes, human resources, and wage and hour audits. He negotiates drafts and revises various employment-related documents. Marc-Joseph previously served as a judicial intern to Honorable Judge Denny Chin at the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
Marc-Joseph is an avid snowboarder and soccer aficionado. He is also passionate about aviation with the goal to earn a pilot license and fly around the country during his leisure time.