As the workforce rapidly changes, companies seeking to resolve employee concerns while also complying with employment laws turn to attorney Nathaniel Glasser, an astute workforce compliance counselor with a litigator’s mind and experience.
Nathaniel’s relatable and practical approach has made him a highly sought-after advisor to businesses adjusting to today’s greatest challenges, including COVID-19, artificial intelligence (AI), and cannabis and drug testing.
He co-leads Epstein Becker Green’s COVID-19 Compliance practice group and has worked with a variety of clients to address the changing workplace during the pandemic. As a co-leader of the firm’s AI practice group, he advises clients on how to maximize the benefits of AI in recruitment and selection while minimizing potential risks.
Whether he’s addressing discrimination and retaliation claims, wage-and-hour concerns, whistleblower complaints, or trade secret and employee mobility issues, Nathaniel handles the situation with a sensitivity to its impact on his clients’ business operations and the individuals involved. He also provides workforce compliance counseling, handles employment-related litigation, conducts internal investigations, and performs employment-related due diligence in advance of company transactions.
Companies in the health care, telecommunications, financial and professional services, retail, and hospitality industries regularly call on Nathaniel to manage all facets of the employment relationship within their workforces. An avid runner, who has raced in over a dozen marathons and has taken up ultra running during the COVID-19 pandemic, Nathaniel helps clients take practical steps that lead to a successful future.
Following law school, Nathaniel was a clerk for the Hon. William G. Bassler of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey (2004 to 2005).