David Strand is a partner in both the firm's New Jersey and New York office. His practice involves representing employers in state and federal court and before state and federal agencies.
He has litigated cases alleging race, sex, age, national origin, and handicap discrimination as well as wrongful termination, retaliation, and sexual harassment claims.
David also has litigated breach of contract claims, whistleblower claims, and restrictive covenant cases involving non-compete and trade secret agreements.
He has negotiated collective bargaining agreements and arbitrated or mediated a variety of claims brought under those agreements.
David is an officer and trustee of the Museum of Early Trades and Crafts, a non-profit museum located in Madison, New Jersey. He is also on the advisory council for Creative Heartwork, Inc., a non-profit organization that utilizes the power of the arts to heal children who have experienced trauma, illness, disabilities or serious loss.
Firm Prospects attorney tracking launched in 2015/2016. Prior employment history currently unavailable.