Joshua I. Bosin leads the firm’s Labor, Employment and Benefits Practice Group in its Atlanta office. He is a trial lawyer who defends major corporations, educational institutions and governmental entities throughout the United States in complex matters involving federal and state anti-discrimination laws, constitutional law, minimum wage and overtime statutes, the WARN Act, executive employment agreements, non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, trade secret and unfair competition laws, and numerous other state and local laws and regulations. Mr. Bosin’s practice also includes counseling and representing employers in connection with labor union matters and resisting union organizing efforts.
Mr. Bosin serves as outside labor and employment general counsel for several private colleges and secondary schools in Georgia. In addition, Mr. Bosin served as Hall County, Georgia's lead litigation counsel during the firm’s engagement as Interim County Attorney in 2011.
Clients turn to Mr. Bosin for training and advice in the areas of workplace and sexual harassment, discrimination and retaliation, employee discipline and termination, reductions-in-force, confidential and proprietary information, employment and separation agreements and workplace ethics. Mr. Bosin also conducts comprehensive internal audits of human resources policies and procedures.
His experience includes conducting comprehensive Disparity Studies involving minority and women business enterprises (MWBEs), disadvantaged business enterprises (DBEs), and small disadvantaged businesses (SDBs) for numerous state and local governments and public authorities.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Bosin worked in Artist and Repertoire Administration at the Atlantic Recording Corporation (Warner Music Group) and in Business and Legal Affairs at VH1: Music First (MTV Networks).
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