- Large-scale elimination or consolidation of jobs due to changes in a business organization:
- Change in corporate direction or leadership.
- Corporate mergers.
- Consolidation of divisions or organizations.
- Need to remove costs from business.
- Elimination or discontinuation of business area.
- Need to adjust to reduced market demand.
- Outsourcing or subcontracting.
- Relocation of business or function.
David A. McManus is a partner in Morgan Lewis’s Labor and Employment Practice and is the practice group leader for the Labor and Employment Practice in New York. Mr. McManus counsels and represents employers in a wide array of industries in labor and employment law matters, arising under federal, state, and local statutes, including Title VII, ADEA, ADA, FLSA, and the FMLA. He regularly represents employers in employment disputes litigated in federal and state courts, as well as various arbitral forums.
Mr. McManus is co-chair of the Labor and Employment Workforce Change Subpractice Group. He regularly counsels clients in a broad range of workforce change matters in the United States and internationally, including corporate restructuring, reductions in force, corporate transactions, and outsourcing. Mr. McManus also has experience representing employers in connection with labor and employment issues arising in the context of executive hirings and dismissals, leaves of absence, employment-related defamation, data privacy, trade secret and restrictive covenant enforcement actions, confidential workplace investigations, and other workplace related personnel issues. Mr. McManus regularly counsels and defends employers on whistleblower claims under both federal and state law. His experience also includes labor relations matters under the NLRA, including corporate campaigns, collective bargaining, grievance arbitrations, unfair labor practice charges, strikes, picketing, and union organizing campaigns.