Jay Krupin serves as BakerHostetler’s National Co-Chair of the Labor Relations Practice and National Labor and Employment Practice Team Leader for Industry Sectors. He represents many national and international businesses, counseling on appropriate employment procedures. He represents businesses all across the United States, advising on federal and state labor, employment and personnel law issues and defending them before administrative agencies and in court proceedings.
Mr. Krupin is well-versed in management-union issues, employment discrimination matters and wage-hour practices. He has been engaged to represent corporate clients in virtually every aspect of labor and employment law. In traditional labor relations matters, Mr. Krupin has successfully negotiated more than 350 collective bargaining agreements and has represented companies in more than 100 union elections and campaigns. Additionally, he has directed the defense of EEO charges, wage-hour compliance, sexual harassment investigations, ADA claims, DOL audits, OSHA compliance, family and medical leave issues and wrongful termination claims. He works with multinational corporations to establish effective procedures for dealing with labor relations and business immigration problems.
A frequent speaker and writer on a variety of topics related to his fields of practice, Mr. Krupin has been quoted in or has authored articles in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, The National Law Journal, Legal Times and more than 50 other publications. He has appeared on television and radio programs throughout the nation addressing issues related to labor and employment law. In addition, due to his experience with sports team owners and organizations, Mr. Krupin’s opinions about the management side of sports labor relations have been sought by CBS, Sports Illustrated and numerous other media outlets.
Mr. Krupin’s advice has been relied upon by government agencies dealing with labor and employment issues. He has testified before the U.S. Congress on labor legislation, as well as before the National Labor Relations Board on rulemaking proposals. His practice includes the representation of global clients doing business in the U.S. He is active in the International Bar Association and is the founder of the American British Employment Law Alliance. Mr. Krupin has been appointed to serve as a Board Member on Hospitality Law’s Editorial Advisory Board, a respected publication that analyzes significant cases in the hospitality industry that affect hotels, resorts and restaurants. He is an adjunct faculty member in the Hospitality and Tourism Law Program at American University’s Washington College of Law.
Since 2010, Human Resource Executive magazine has listed Mr. Krupin on Lawdragon’s Top 100 list of “The Nation’s Most Powerful Employment Attorneys.”
8/16/2013 - The Private Equity Playbook: Krupin Explains Why PE and Hedge Fund Execs Are Attracted to Professional Sports
1/17/2013 - Legal Claims Against Notre Dame in Manti Te’o Hoax Unlikely, Says Jay Krupin
1/14/2013 - Krupin Tells Law360 Owners Always Had Upper Hand in NHL Lockout
2/6/2013 - Post-Inauguration Employment Law Briefing