Adam G. Guttell is an Associate in the Long Island office of Jackson Lewis LLP.
Mr. Guttell practices in employment and labor law and has been involved in proceedings before federal and state courts, as well as administrative agencies. He regularly represents clients at labor arbitrations, court and private mediations. He has assisted in representing management against employment issues ranging from discrimination and harassment to violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act, as well as labor issues involving disciplinary arbitrations and breach of collective bargaining agreement claims. Mr. Guttell regularly advises clients on compliance with various state and federal laws affecting the workplace, including Title VII, Family and Medical Leave Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Fair Labor Standards Act and New York State and City Human Rights laws.
Mr. Guttell is admitted to practice in New York, New Jersey, the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and the District of New Jersey. He is a frequent speaker before legal and human resource professionals, lecturing on topics including state and federal leave laws, FLSA, and recent developments in employment law.
Mr. Guttell received his B.A. with High Honors in History, from Brandeis University and his J.D. from St. John’s University School of Law, where he was the Chief Justice of the Moot Court Honor Society.
"Inoculating Your Respective Entities Against The Dangers Of Unpaid Internships", The Risk Management Quarterly (Summer 2012) [Co-Author]
"ADA Amendments More In Line with New York State and City Laws", New York Law Journal, Vol. 241 Is. 74 (April 2009) Co-Author
"When a No Non-Compete Is Really An Implied Non-Solicit", M.D. News (November 2010) [Co-Author]
"Violence In the Workplace Affects Everyone", M.D. News (March 2011) [Co-Author]
Honors, Awards and Pro Bono Activity
- Attained High Honors in History at Brandeis University
- Chief Justice, Moot Court Honor Society at St. John’s University School of Law