Alexander V. Batoff
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Alexander V. Batoff focuses his practice on counseling management in all aspects of labor relations and employment law. He counsels clients on state and federal employment laws, including discipline, termination, reductions-in-force, document retention, family and medical leave, reasonable accommodation under the ADA, NLRB, workers’ compensation, compliance and wage and hour issues. Mr. Batoff also conducts legal research and drafts legal motions and memoranda on a variety of commercial litigation matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Batoff served as a law clerk for the Hon. Correale F. Stevens in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, where his duties included observing oral argument sessions, researching law, and drafting judicial opinions. He also served as a judicial intern for the Hon. Berle M. Schiller in the U.S. District Court for Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
While in law school, Mr. Batoff was a senior editor for the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law. He also participated in Street Law, teaching the Bill of Rights to inner-city elementary school students, and the Prisoners Education Advocacy Program, teaching foundational legal topics and staging mock trials for correctional facility inmates.
Professional & Community Activities
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- New Jersey Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division
- American Bar Association
- Philadelphia Bar Association
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