When it comes to solving employment issues along the entire spectrum of employees, from those involving entry-level applicants to those concerning senior executives, or developing employment best practices, multinational and domestic employers seek out attorney Bill Milani. Across many industries—financial services, legal, retail, technology, media, and more—Bill has spent his career providing practical and cost-effective solutions to address the full range of labor and employment law issues that clients face. In fact, while Bill can help put out any fire, he frequently best serves clients by preventing fires in the first place.
Bill’s many long-term clients highly value his candor when confronting harassment, retaliation, or discrimination issues and claims impacting on the C-suite. His transparent, no-surprises approach and pursuit of private mediation and arbitration, where appropriate, have saved clients from costly litigation and damaging publicity. After resolving disputes, Bill’s thorough audits, policy recommendations, and training programs help clients avoid similar claims in the future.
Foreign-owned companies are hard-pressed to find a lawyer with Bill’s depth of experience helping companies understand the nuances of U.S. labor and employment laws. He also counsels clients on workforce reorganizations, severance and non-compete agreements, and pre-acquisition due diligence. He is seen as a seasoned strategist and trusted tactician who always has client goals top of mind. Bill frequently works with employers to develop legally compliant global policies and training programs that promote cohesive company-wide values and employee loyalty across offices and countries.
In addition, Bill heads Epstein Becker Green’s International Employment Law group and serves as the Vice Chair of the firm’s Board of Directors.