Aaron Warshaw is a founding attorney of Ogletree Deakins’s New York City office. Aaron’s first-chair experience includes representing Fortune 500 companies to small businesses in single-plaintiff and class-action employment cases. He has actively litigated and appeared in jurisdictions throughout New York State, including before federal courts, appellate courts, state courts, and administrative agencies. In addition, Aaron is a trusted advisor for management in navigating and complying with federal, New York State, and New York City employment laws.
Following law school, Aaron served as a judicial law clerk in the Eastern District of New York to the Honorable Ramon E. Reyes, Jr. and the Honorable Arlene R. Lindsay. Because of Aaron’s clerkship and litigation experience, he is adept at identifying efficient and creative litigation strategies.
Aaron has represented a broad range of clients, including in the retail, hospitality, healthcare, technology, and professional services fields. He has experience with a vast number of federal and New York employment matters, including: anti-discrimination laws such as Title VII, ADA, ADEA, Equal Pay Act, and New York State and City Human Rights Laws; wage and hour laws such as the FLSA and New York Labor Law; New York trade secret and restrictive covenant laws; Title III of the ADA; state, federal, and local leave laws such as the FMLA, New York State Paid Family Leave Act, and New York City Sick and Safe Earned Time Act; ERISA; employment contract and implied contract claims; whistleblower claims; WARN Acts; and defamation claims.
Aaron serves as co-chair of the Employment Disputes Committee of the International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution (CPR). He also serves on the Brooklyn Law School Alumni Association Board of Directors. Since 2007, Aaron has been an active member of the Federal Bar Council Inn of Court.