Darrell S. Gay represents for-profit, not-for-profit, and government clients with respect to their employee related issues. This includes hiring/discharge, discrimination matters, traditional labor/management relations, diversity, internal investigations, workplace training, privacy, wage and hour and issues related to international labor and employment concerns. Darrell’s work for clients with regard to traditional labor matters includes union negotiations, elections, arbitrations, unfair labor practice charges and union avoidance. In addition, he serves as chief negotiator for his clients during collective-bargaining sessions.
Darrell counsels and provides assistance to clients with global issues, such as managing their data protection concerns, preparing international harassment training and resolving employment issues in assorted jurisdictions. He also assists clients in the establishment of business operations in foreign jurisdictions to enable the clients to engage in employment of both expatriates and local nationals.
Darrell has handled and managed significant cases involving single and multiple plaintiffs, single and multiple defendants, cases with allegations of serious continuing violations and high profile media cases. He not only has experience before administrative agencies, Federal and State courts, but has also handled investigations conducted by the New York State Attorney General's office. Darrell has also led internal investigations of senior level executives on behalf of the corporate board of directors.