Mickey Neuhauser devotes her practice to helping employers make the right decisions. Whether she’s responding to harassment or wrongful termination claims, training in-house teams, or providing day-to-day employment compliance advice, businesses and not-for-profits benefit from Mickey’s big-picture perspective. She uses her experience as a mediator and arbitrator, as a former Deputy Attorney General for the State of New Jersey, and from early career work in business to provide her clients with options that will help protect their human capital, honor their core values, meet their business goals, and mitigate their litigation risk. In addition to her robust employment practice, Mickey counsels businesses on commercial litigation matters and represents health care providers in licensing and compliance concerns.
Mickey is ardently committed to helping clients adapt to today’s changing workplace. She develops policies and training programs, including those that address harassment and discrimination prevention, reductions in force, management training, and wage and hour compliance. Mickey regularly counsels HR and in-house legal teams on responding to a broad range of employment-related matters, including employee complaints, requests for flexible work arrangements, leaves of absence, and reasonable accommodation. She also conducts workplace investigations. When confronted with potential litigation, Mickey assists clients in weighing their business priorities and long-term goals to craft positive outcomes. And if the facts prove a company’s best option is to take a firm stance, Mickey draws on her years of trial and appellate experience to defend her clients’ actions and win.
Mickey is a thought leader on current labor and employment compliance developments. She co-founded Epstein Becker Green’s Women’s Initiative and is active in charitable and community activities, including as a member of the Board of Trustees for Community Access Unlimited (Elizabeth, NJ).