Attorney Harvey S. Mars has provided quality legal representation to employees, labor organizations and employers in New York City and statewide for more than 30 years. A diligent and tenacious advocate, Harvey’s current practice involves a diverse range of labor and employment law matters, including employee benefits issues, covenants not to compete and employee confidentiality agreements, collective bargaining negotiations, arbitration, employment discrimination litigation, ERISA litigation and administrative proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board, the New York State Employment Relations Board, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the New York State Division of Human Rights. Harvey is also a Oberlin College trained musician (trombone) who particularly enjoys providing legal representation and advice to professional musicians and recording artists. He currently serves as an in-house counsel to the Associated Musicians of Greater New York, Local 802, AFM, the largest local union representing professional musicians in the United States.
He has published numerous articles, serves as an editor for BNA's treatise, "Employee and Union Member Guide to Labor Law" and lectures at both Baruch College and Columbia University's Teacher's College. He is also active in the New York State Bar Association, AFL-CIO Lawyers Coordinating Committee and the National Employment Lawyers Association.
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Last Updated: 4/7/2016