Andrew P. Marks
Co-Chair, Labor & Employment Department
U.S. Supreme Court
Federal courts of New York, New Jersey & Connecticut
State courts of New York & New Jersey
J.D, Fordham University School of Law
Fordham Law Review
B.A., State University of New York.
New York Bar Association, Labor Section Committee Co-Chair
Member American, New York State, Westchester County & White Plains Bar Association.
New York Metro Super Lawyer
Drew is a Co-Chair of the Employment Law Practice at Dorf & Nelson. After more than thirty-five years of practicing in labor and employment law, Drew has experience in virtually every facet of workplace interactions. He is a pragmatic, responsive and efficient resource in avoiding and resolving workplace disagreements relating to discharge and discipline, discrimination, harassment, wage and hour disputes, benefits, leaves, accommodations, retaliation, employment contracts, shareholder agreements and unfair competition.
Drew has successfully tried cases in federal and state courts, in labor and employment arbitration and before administrative agencies, including the National Labor Relations Board and the New York State Division of Human Rights. He also adds value through day-to-day counseling on workplace management and administration, investigating harassment and other employment related complaints, auditing practices and policies to assure compliance with the myriad laws and regulations, and drafting contracts and policies to achieve desired results and avoid liabilities.
Drew is counsel of record in dozens of reported decisions. His notable successes include cases enforcing arbitration agreements, delineating minimum pleading standards for overtime claims, enforcing the theory of inevitable disclosure to prevent a competitor from hiring a former employee; obtaining summary judgment in a nation-wide misclassification class action; and obtaining judgment on the pleadings sustaining the outside sales exemption.
He received an AV Peer Review Rating, Martindale-Hubbell.