Danny W. Jarrett is the office managing principal and the litigation manager of the Albuquerque, New Mexico, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He is a New Mexico native and has been certified as a specialist in labor and employment law by the New Mexico Supreme Court Board of Legal Specialization since August of 2008.
Danny previously served as vice-president and corporate counsel for a national
healthcare company. His duties included managing all operations of a multi-state
company with over 400 employees, overseeing all human resources functions, and
organizing corporate restructuring.
Danny’s legal practice focuses on counseling and representing employers, government
entities and Native American tribal organizations regarding labor and employment
disputes. His experience involves Title VII and Title IX of the Civil Rights Act, the ADA,
the FLSA, the FMLA and Davis-Bacon Act wage issues. He has successfully
represented clients before the NLRB, the EEOC, and the WCA. He has negotiated many
collective bargaining agreements, on behalf of management, with various unions,
including the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, the Operating Engineers
and the Teamsters. He has represented management’s interests in union organizational
campaigns, including organizing attempts by the Communication Workers of America,
the Teamsters and the Painters and Glazers Union, as well as in response to Unfair
Labor Practice charges of all types. Danny assisted in setting up a double-breasted
operation for a large, regional construction company. He also represented the State Bar
of New Mexico and set national precedent when the National Labor Relations Board in
Washington, D.C. ruled that it did not have jurisdiction to oversee a representation
election involving State Bar employees and the Communication Workers of America.
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