Todd D. Wozniak is a trial attorney in Holland & Knight's Atlanta office. Mr. Wozniak defends companies, fiduciaries and public institutions throughout the United States in Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), employee stock ownership plans (ESOP), labor and employment, and business disputes.
Mr. Wozniak is also experienced in wage-and-hour litigation, state and federal whistleblower statutes, non-discrimination laws, plant closing and mass layoff laws, collective bargaining and traditional labor relations, executive contracts and compensation, non-compete and trade secrets litigation, and partnership/business disputes. During his career, Mr. Wozniak has defended more than a dozen class or collective actions and tried more than 40 cases or arbitrations to verdict.
In addition, Mr. Wozniak is a frequent lecturer and writer on a wide range of ESOP, employee benefits, employment and business-related issues, including ERISA compliance and preemption, U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) audits and investigations, protecting trade secrets, implementing reductions-in-force, pre-dispute arbitration agreements and programs, class action defense, eDiscovery, and wage-and-hour compliance.
Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Mr. Wozniak was the co-chair of the ERISA and employee benefits litigation group for an international law firm in its Atlanta office.
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