Jason Pill practices in the area of labor and employment, cybersecurity, privacy, and data protection. He assists clients in handling unique issues that arise at the intersection of law and technology.
He represents employers regarding claims involving employment discrimination laws, wage and hour laws, family and medical leave laws, whistleblower laws, employee benefits, enforcement of non-competition agreements, customer complaints based on alleged discrimination, privacy-based claims, and various employment-related torts.
He regularly appears in state and federal courts to represent a broad range of employers in the financial services, energy, retail, hospitality, health care, transportation, construction, engineering, and manufacturing industries.
In addition to litigation, Jason focuses his practice on counseling management and human resource professionals on a wide-range of workplace issues. He advises employers on developing and applying personnel policies, document retention policies, and compensation/bonus plans.
He routinely assists employers with protecting their business interests through the implementation and enforcement of non-competition and non-disclosure agreements. He also assists employers in utilizing and managing technology in the workplace.
Jason also focuses on cybersecurity, privacy laws, and electronic discovery, and works with clients to develop strategies for electronic data organization, including large-scale eDiscovery projects and disputes, retention and collection – both before and during litigation – so they are prepared to actively avoid, pursue, or defend disputes in the most efficient way possible.
Additionally, he assists clients in managing the security and privacy of their data, including actively responding to data breach incidents and ensuring compliance with state and federal data breach notification requirements. Jason also has experience litigating and resolving complex state and federal class action lawsuits arising from data breach incidents.
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