Josh Alloy is Special Labor & Employment Law Counsel in the Labor & Employment Law Department, currently resident in the Washington, D.C. office after working for ten years in the New York office. Josh represents clients in all areas of labor and employment relations, including Title VII, ADEA, ADA, FMLA, FLSA, NLRA, WARN, OFCCP compliance, and state and local labor and employment laws. He defends clients against claims of employment discrimination, hostile work environment, retaliation, breach of contract, tort, and constitutional violations in both federal and state courts, as well as in arbitrations and administrative proceedings.
Josh has extensive experience conducting wage/hour audits and investigations, as well as counseling and defending against federal and state wage/hour and misclassification claims, including class and collective actions and federal and state investigations, audits and proceedings. He also regularly drafts and counsels clients on employment contracts, independent contractor agreements, and separation and settlement agreements, as well as issues concerning reductions in force and alternatives to layoffs.
A regular contributor to Proskauer's Class & Collective Actions Blog, Josh has written several articles and alerts on various employment and labor law topics, in particular focusing on cutting edge wage/hour issues and important cases before the D.C. Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court. Josh also authored the chapter entitled "Addition by Contraction" which was published in the book Legal Issues in Professional Baseball (L. Kurlantzick, ed., 2005) and co-authored "Redefining the FLSA's White Collar Exemptions for the 21st Century," which appeared in HR Advisor (July/August 2004).