A recognized authority on international labor standards, Stefan Marculewicz advises multi-national corporations on issues involving employer efforts to address and respond to international labor standards. He also advises multinational enterprises in connection with the following:
He helps multi-national corporations based in the United States and abroad formulate and implement strategies to respond to efforts by labor unions and non-governmental organizations to discredit them through global campaigns. His work includes:
He has represented employers before the ILO and OECD National Contact Points. He also works with global employers regarding the design and implementation of human resources policies.
As a complement to his international practice, Stefan handles a wide range of issues related to labor management relations domestically, including:
Drawing on his experience as a trial attorney for the National Labor Relations Board in its Baltimore and Fort Worth regional offices, he also regularly assists clients before the NLRB.
Additionally, Stefan advises employers in connection with multi-employer benefit funds, particularly with respect to withdrawal liability, and has represented numerous companies in litigation involving such plans. He also advises employers on many other aspects of labor and employment law.
In 2012, Stefan testified before the House Committee on Education and the Workforce about the legal and practical implications of President Obama’s decision to make three recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board at a time when the Senate was not in recess and still holding periodic pro formasessions.
Stefan previously testified before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee in opposition to proposed amendments to expand the Worker Adjustment Retraining and Notification Act, the federal law requiring 60 days advanced written notification of plant closings or mass layoffs.