Mary Cate Gordon JD
Mary Cate Gordon JD
Adjunct Professor of Health Policy and Public Health
Ms. Gordon is an attorney who specializes in labor and employment law. As an adjunct professor at USciences she is able to integrate her litigation skills and experience into her Health Care Law Course. Ms. Gordon represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment law. Her employment litigation experience includes defending wage and hour, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, breach of contract, unfair competition, and wrongful termination claims. Ms. Gordon counsels employers on workplace issues such as hiring and discharge matters, reductions in force, wage and hour compliance, drug testing, and disability accommodations. She has experience assisting employers with drafting and reviewing workplace policies and agreements, including social media policies, employment agreements, and separation agreements.
Ms. Gordon also advises employers on traditional labor issues, including union-organizing campaigns, collective bargaining, and unlawful picketing activity. She has experience handling grievance arbitrations, as well as representing employers before the National Labor Relations Board, New Jersey Public Employment Relations Commission, and New Jersey Office of Administrative Law.
Since 2009, Ms. Gordon has been an Adjunct Professor at Drexel University, teaching courses on health care law, legislation, and policy, and health and vulnerable populations. She also teaches health care law at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.
Selected Scholarly Activity
Ms. Gordon has co-authored numerous recent legal alerts, including:
- "OSHA To Refer Untimely Retaliation Claims to NLRB," June 3, 2014
- "Legislation Seeks To Counter Controversial 'Ambush Election' Rule," March 31, 2014
- "New Jersey's New Social Media Privacy Law Takes Effect," December 2, 2013
- "FMLA Coverage Extended to Same-Sex Couples," August 15, 2013
- "Supreme Court Issues Two Employer-Friendly Title VII Decisions," June 25, 2013
- "President Obama's NLRB Recess Appointments Declared Unconstitutional," January 28, 2013
- "D.C. Circuit Upholds NLRB Requirement that Employer Give Union Sensitive Information," December 6, 2012
- "Another Social Media Policy Declared Overbroad," September 28, 2012
- "NLRB Publishes First Social Media Decision; Applies Prior GC Memos," September 14, 2012
Articles she has co-authored include:
- "Asking Prospective Employees for Social Media Credentials," Internet Law & Strategy, May 2012
- "President Obama's Controversial Recess Appointments: Heading to Supreme Court?" Bloomberg BNA Daily Report for Executives, February 2012
Justice Roberto A. Rivera-Soto, Supreme Court of New Jersey
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