Mr. Arnold has a wide range of experience representing clients in connection with a variety of complex employment litigation matters, including pre-trial, trial and appellate work, administrative proceedings, and arbitrations and mediations relating to wage and hour, discrimination, noncompete, trade secret, general contract disputes and other employee-related disputes.
Mr. Arnold regularly advises clients regarding employee performance, retention and separation issues, and compliance with discrimination, wage-and-hour, family-and-medical-leave, workers'-compensation, disability and other employment laws and regulations.
Mr. Arnold also prepares employment-related agreements and policies, including offer letters, employment and consulting agreements, confidentiality and noncompetition agreements, separation agreements and HR policies and procedures.
Mr. Arnold has also provided public and private biotechnology, telecommunications, and other companies with advice on employment issues arising in corporate transactions and bankruptcy proceedings.
In 2001, Mr. Arnold served as a judicial intern to the Hon. Charles E. Ramos of the New York County Civil Branch Commercial Division in New York City.
He received his BS from Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations, and his JD from Boston University Law School.