Mr. Mulvehill’s practice is business-oriented and broad-based. He focuses his practice in the areas of labor and employment law and litigation; wage and hour law and litigation; class and collective actions; commercial litigation; and corporate law. He provides counsel and strongly advocates on behalf of clients, including executives and public- and private-sector entities such as universities, hospitals, manufacturers, law firms, accounting firms, retail companies, cannabis companies, sports organizations, auto dealerships, hospitality companies, not-for-profits, municipalities and business processing outsourcing companies.
Mr. Mulvehill’s broad practice includes assisting clients with compliance with labor and employment law; compliance with wage and hour law; employment and consulting agreements; employment hiring; discipline and terminations; reductions in force; employee leave and accommodation issues; employee personnel policies and practices; non-compete agreements and other restrictive covenants; unfair competition; severance agreements; employment discrimination; labor arbitrations; unfair labor practices; collective bargaining; workplace and governmental investigations; employee and executive training; corporate governance; entity formations; mergers and acquisitions; shareholder disputes; general commercial contracts; and legal compliance programs.
Additionally, Mr. Mulvehill regularly represents clients as lead counsel in hearings, trials, appeals and arbitrations in state and federal courts, administrative bodies and arbitration forums in New York and throughout the United States.
Mr. Mulvehill is also a frequent lecturer on labor and employment and other business-related topics.