Mr. Kaldor advises and represents employers in a broad range of employment law matters arising under federal and state laws.
He appears regularly in state and federal courts, as well as before the EEOC and the Ohio Civil Rights Commission, handling matters that arise under Title VII, the ADEA, Older Worker Benefits Protection Act, FRCA, Ohio Uniform Trade Secrets Act, Ohio Civil Rights Act and Ohio law regarding restrictive covenant agreements and unfair competition.
Mr. Kaldor practice also involves drafting, analyzing, and litigating restrictive covenant agreements; litigating trade secret cases; handling discrimination issues; ensuring OWBPA compliance in reductions-in-force; public employer collective bargaining; interest arbitration; and FRCA cases.
A skilled litigator, he has obtained summary judgments in cases involving sexual harassment; race, sex, pregnancy and wage discrimination; and retaliation, among other claims.
Mr. Kaldor recently prevailed on behalf of a client in a whistleblower case in which the court granted a summary judgment.
He received his JD from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, with honors, and a BA from Allegheny College, magna cum laude.