Aaron Nadich is an associate in Nixon Peabody’s Labor & Employment practice group. His practice focuses on representing companies of all sizes in state and federal court proceedings as well as before administrative agencies, and advising companies in all industries on a wide variety of employment and other matters.
My practice focuses on the following areas:
I represent employers in a variety of litigation matters including employment discrimination, harassment, retaliation and whistleblowers’ claims brought under various state and federal laws. In connection with these types of claims, I routinely obtain “no probable cause” determinations and summary judgment in favor of my client.
In addition to defending employers in litigation, I also counsel employers to assist them in avoiding litigation. I advise clients on obligations under various leave laws, accommodation of employees with disabilities, wage and hour compliance, employment discrimination and harassment claims, employee termination issues, and a variety of other employment issues.
I have successfully represented clients in restrictive covenant and trade secret disputes, including successful requests for preliminary injunctions or other interim relief. I also regularly prepare and review employment agreements containing restrictive covenants to ensure enforceability.
I also advise companies to ensure full compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and other applicable state laws. My experience includes counseling clients on FCRA procedures, preparing FCRA and state background check disclosure and authorization forms, and reviewing policies and procedures for FCRA compliance. I have also defended companies in litigation against claims based on alleged violations of FCRA and state background check laws.
I advise employers with respect to various state and federal laws and regulations concerning Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and diversity initiatives. My experience includes counseling employers concerning EEO-1 reporting requirements, as well as analyzing and counseling employers with respect to proposed diversity initiatives and affirmative action obligations under Executive Order 11246, Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974.
The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) under the Biden administration has consistently increased the obligations of federal contractors and the expectations of those federal contractors in the event of a compliance review/audit. I am monitoring any changes to EEO-1 and affirmative action regulations, as well as changes to the EEOC’s and OFCCP’s approach to compliance reviews/audits, so we can best advise covered employers.
This article covers a Boston Beer Company lawsuit against a former employee, alleging the worker accessed confidential information and took it to his new employer, a Boston Beer competitor. Boston partner Matt McLaughlin, who co-leads the firm’s Non-Compete & Trade Secrets team, and Providence Labor & Employment associate Aaron Nadich are mentioned for representing Boston Beer in the case.
This article profiles Providence Labor & Employment associate Aaron Nadich, who was selected as a “New Leader in the Law” as part ALM/Law.com’s New England Legal Awards. Aaron discusses his professional goals, his inspiration for becoming a lawyer, and the biggest challenges he faced in the process.
This article on the publication’s 2023 New England Legal Awards recognizes NP’s Government Investigations & White-Collar Defense practice as a winner in the “Litigation Department of the Year – Specialty” category. In addition, Manchester GIWC partner Mark Knights has been selected for the “Social Impact – Individual” award and Providence Labor & Employment associate Aaron Nadich has been recognized as a “New Leader in the Law.”
Providence Labor & Employment associate Aaron Nadich contributed this article discussing why federal contractors should begin making changes to their policies and procedures regarding affirmative action programs.
This article covers a unanimous summary order by a three-judge panel in the Second Circuit upholding Mercy Medical Center’s victory in a lawsuit filed by a doctor claiming she was terminated for requesting time off after a family birth. The article mentions Long Island partner and Labor & Employment practice leader Tara Daub and Providence Labor & Employment associate Aaron Nadich for representing Mercy Medical Center in the case.
U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut
U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts
U.S. District Court, District of Rhode Island
U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
Roger Williams University School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude
Roger Williams University, B.S., magna cum laude
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