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Brent R. Pohlman, Member

Brent R. Pohlman

Brent R. Pohlman

Member

bpohlman@lawfirm.ms

3 Becker Farm Road, Suite 105
Roseland, NJ 07068
Tel: 973-736-4600 x7997
Direct Dial: 973.243.7997
Fax: 973-325-7467

Brent R. Pohlman is a partner in Mandelbaum Salsburg’s labor and employment practice group.

Brent has extensive experience representing employers in complex civil litigation, including civil rights actions, whistleblower claims, contract disputes, wage and hour cases, and other types of employment disputes. He regularly represents clients in federal and New Jersey state courts, in addition to appearing before administrative agencies including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Office for Civil Rights, the New Jersey Division of Civil Rights, and the New Jersey Department of Labor.

In addition, Brent helps employers develop and implement policies and procedures, comply with labor and employment laws and regulations, and manage day-to-day issues with their workforce. He frequently counsels clients on their employment agreements and handbooks, the Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”), employee discipline, reductions in force, furloughs, seniority, workplace investigations, and other areas. He also regularly trains employees and managers on a variety of areas, including anti-harassment, anti-discrimination, and disability accommodations.

In his labor practice, Brent advises clients on the administration of collective bargaining agreements, assists in grievance responses, and represents employers in contract negotiations and arbitrations, with an understanding that it is important to have a healthy relationship with employee labor units. Brent also advises clients on the development of strategies to avoid and prevent their workforce from electing to seek union representation.

Areas of Practice
Overview

Brent R. Pohlman is a partner in Mandelbaum Salsburg’s labor and employment practice group.

Brent has extensive experience representing employers in complex civil litigation, including civil rights actions, whistleblower claims, contract disputes, wage and hour cases, and other types of employment disputes. He regularly represents clients in federal and New Jersey state courts, in addition to appearing before administrative agencies including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Office for Civil Rights, the New Jersey Division of Civil Rights, and the New Jersey Department of Labor.

In addition, Brent helps employers develop and implement policies and procedures, comply with labor and employment laws and regulations, and manage day-to-day issues with their workforce. He frequently counsels clients on their employment agreements and handbooks, the Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”), employee discipline, reductions in force, furloughs, seniority, workplace investigations, and other areas. He also regularly trains employees and managers on a variety of areas, including anti-harassment, anti-discrimination, and disability accommodations.

In his labor practice, Brent advises clients on the administration of collective bargaining agreements, assists in grievance responses, and represents employers in contract negotiations and arbitrations, with an understanding that it is important to have a healthy relationship with employee labor units. Brent also advises clients on the development of strategies to avoid and prevent their workforce from electing to seek union representation.

Areas of Practice
Admissions

New Jersey, 2005

New York, 2009

Federal District Court of New Jersey, 2005

Education

Seton Hall University School of Law, J.D., 2005

Dickinson College, B.A., 2001

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