Terri M. Solomon has more than 30 years of experience practicing employment and labor law and regularly handles:
Given the significant costs of litigation, Terri is an avid proponent of long-term business planning, management training, state-of-the-art policies and, where unavoidable conflicts do arise, alternative dispute resolution. A substantial portion of her practice involves counseling employers on ways to avoid litigation related to difficult business decisions, such as:
Additionally, Terri regularly conducts training on topics such as preventing workplace violence, avoiding workplace harassment and becoming a more effective manager. She led the team that trained thousands of employees of an international investment bank pursuant to a consent decree arising out of the EEOC's largest settlement of a sex discrimination and glass ceiling class action against a major financial institution. She also designed the training program, which was approved by the EEOC and a court monitor, and personally conducted domestic and international training.
Terri represents both non-union and unionized employers, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses and not-for-profit institutions in:
Terri frequently lectures and authors articles on employment and labor law topics. She is the co-founder of Littler Mendelson's New York office, and she is a core member of four of firm's practice groups: Leaves of Absence and Disability Accommodation, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Corporate Compliance and Ethics, and Business Restructuring. She is also a member of the firm's Women's Leadership Initiative and the Associates Committee.