Moore & Van Allen PLLC
John Zaloom brings substantial experience to his employment and litigation clients. Primarily focused on employment law, John advises clients on matters such as restrictive covenants, trade secrets issues, discrimination claims, Fair Labor Standards Act violations, and wage and hour matters. He also assists clients with day-to-day employment issues, including employment contracts, employee policies and handbooks, Family and Medical Leave Act, accommodating disabilities, and termination and severance.
John has drafted, enforced, disputed, and provided counsel on numerous non-compete and non-solicitation covenants. Due to his experience in this area, John can quickly analyze restrictive covenants and advise on their effects and likely enforceability. John advises clients on all sides of the issue, including those looking to:
In addition to his employment practice, John is a commercial litigator. Admitted to practice in North Carolina, New York, and numerous federal courts, John has handled a variety of disputes, from general business matters to First Amendment issues.
John prides himself on being the kind of attorney who clients feel comfortable putting on speed dial, trusting him to always put their needs first. John doesn’t simply advise on what the law says—instead he develops legal solutions aimed at helping clients meet their practical business objectives.
Prior to joining Moore & Van Allen, John worked at two large firms in New York City, working on several high-profile international cases. John also studied international business law at the University of London, graduating with merit.
John’s primary areas of practice include: