Stan Matusz has practiced exclusively as a labor and employment lawyer for more than 22 years.  Prior to starting his own firm in 2003, Mr. Matusz was an associate attorney at one the nation’s largest multi-practice law firms.  In that capacity, he represented Fortune 500 employers in employment litigation involving Title VII, the ADA, ADEA, New York State Human Rights Law, FMLA and other federal and state labor and employment statutes. Mr. Matusz also defended class action, collective action and multi-plaintiff lawsuits involving the Fair Labor Standards Act, New York Labor Law, Title VII, the ADEA and New York Human Rights Law.  After starting his own employment law firm in 2003, Mr. Matusz broadened his practice to include representation of individuals.  Mr. Matusz represents employees and employers as collective action counsel in lawsuits seeking lost wages and other relief under the Fair Labor Standards Act and New York Labor Law.  He also advises employees and employers on wrongful terminations, sexual harassment, unpaid overtime and wage claims, FMLA leave issue, employment discrimination claims, severance negotiations and labor law claims.  

Mr. Matusz also routinely serves as a mediator for employment disputes and as a workplace investigator.  He has the distinction of being appointed on multiple occasions as a court-appointed neutral for both federal and state courts -- as a Special Master for the United States District Court and as a Referee for the Supreme Court, State of New York.  Mr. Matusz also serves on the Cornell University ILR School Panel of Mediators.


Cornell University's School of Industrial & Labor Relations (the ILR School) - B.S. University of Pennsylvania Law School - J.D.

New York