Frank C. Morris, Jr.FRANK C. MORRIS, JR., is a Member of the Firm in the Litigation and Employee Benefits practices, heads the Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practice in the Washington, DC, office, and co-chairs the firm’s ADA and Public Accommodations Group.

Mr. Morris’ experience includes:

  • Advising clients on and litigating employment, labor, disabilities, non-compete, confidentiality, benefits, information access and privacy, wage and hour, and general litigation matters in state and federal courts and administrative agencies
  • Representing health care related entities, retailers, restaurants, and other hospitality related businesses, governmental entities, builders, owners, managers, architects, and lenders in public accommodation issues, including website accessibility, under the ADA and in fair housing, fair credit, and related state and local law matters
  • Serving as an expert witness in ADA and Fair Housing Act matters
  • Representing clients with respect to social media, Internet, and e-mail policies and litigation
  • Representing and advising clients, including Audit Committees, in Sarbanes-Oxley, Dodd-Frank, and other whistleblower litigation and conducting investigations
  • Advising clients on the range of employment and labor issues related to acquisitions, mergers, and RIFs and defending claims arising from those transactions
  • Advising on various issues under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and on Wellness Plans and ADA and GINA issues
  • Successfully trying various jury and bench trials, including particular knowledge of handling expert witnesses and class and collective action litigation
  • Serving as a mediator in various disputes
  • Litigating data breach, privacy, and cybersecurity claims including class actions
  • Litigating U.S. Supreme Court and Court of Appeals cases raising issues under Title VII, the ADEA, ERISA, Executive Order 11246, the National Labor Relations Act, the Freedom of Information Act, the Privacy Act, the ADA, and the Rehabilitation Act

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