Jason J.Silver

Associate

Jason partners with employers to successfully operate in a union or nonunion environment with a specific goal of positive employee relations and corporate growth.


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Today's employers need advice on all matters that touch on the employer-employee relationship. Clients turn to Jason for guidance, with a specific focus on traditional labor law matters, including collective bargaining, labor arbitration and grievance proceedings, union organizing campaigns, positive employee relations, and litigation before the National Labor Relations Board, and state and federal court.

Jason has negotiated collective bargaining agreements that have resulted in significant cost savings and increased operational flexibility that allows employers to competitively compete in the marketplace. Jason's involvement in union organizing campaigns, union vulnerability assessments, and active practice before the National Labor Relations Board demonstrates that he can provide clients with the advice strategy needed to face both day-to-day and long-term matters.

Jason's in-depth experience counseling small and large employers through any matter involving traditional labor, makes him a valuable asset for employers with a unionized workforce, and who want to promote positive employee relations and remain union-free. Jason uses his experience to provide the most comprehensive labor relations strategy tailored to an employer's corporate goals and desire to remain ahead of the competitive curve.

Jason enjoys working alongside other Seyfarth attorneys who are as enthusiastic, energetic, and involved about labor relations as he is. He is proud to guide both small and large employers through the complexities of the always-evolving workplace, an endeavor that he finds exciting and rewarding.

  • JD, New York Law School
  • BS, Monmouth University
    Business Administration
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • US District Court, District of New Jersey
  • US District Court, Eastern District of New York
  • US District Court, Southern District of New York