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Jay Sabin
Practice Areas
Bar and Court Admissions
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
  • Columbia University School of Law, J.D.
  • Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, B.S.

Jay Sabin, Counsel

917.596.8987 ·

Jay Sabin is a seasoned labor and employment attorney with extensive corporate experience as in-house counsel to a New Jersey-based third-party logistics provider and The New York Times. He assists clients in the following areas:

  • Labor relations and NLRB proceedings
  • Labor arbitrations
  • Employee classification issues
  • Wage and hour and EEO compliance
  • Transportation liability defense
  • Company employment policy formulation
  • Background checks
  • Employment contracts, reductions in force, severance agreements, and protection of intellectual property and trade secrets
  • Insurance coverage disputes
  • Pension plan withdrawal liability
  • Medical plan design and ACA compliance

Jay is a graduate of the Harvard Law School Program on Negotiations, the Duke Corporate Education Leadership Program, the Tuck School of Business Executive Program, and the University of Tennessee Vested Outsourcing Program. He is a member of the Gerson Lehrman Group Law Council (Labor Law/Labor Negotiations Expertise) and is certified as a Six Sigma “greenbelt.”

During his time at Columbia University, Jay was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and the recipient of the Emil Schlesinger Prize which is the school’s outstanding student of labor law award.

Professional Activities
  • Board Member, Employers Association of New Jersey
  • Former President, Shomrei Emunah, Montclair, NJ
  • Member, Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest Allocations Committee
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September 2017 Employment Law Update

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July 2017 Employment Law Update

Labor and Employment Blog  September 3, 2020
Employers: Handling Your Employees’ Back-to-School Plans
Labor and Employment Blog  April 16, 2020
Retroactive Expansion of the New Jersey Family Leave Act
Labor and Employment Blog  April 4, 2020
FFCRA DOL Regulations and IRS FAQ Guidance Summary
Labor and Employment Blog  November 17, 2017
2018 Qualified Plan Limits
Labor and Employment Blog  June 5, 2017
New York City Passes Ban On Salary History Inquiries
Labor and Employment Blog  February 9, 2017
Use of New Form 1-9 Required
Labor and Employment Blog  January 31, 2017
HR Tip of the Month: Handbooks Are Only Useful When Used
Labor and Employment Blog  January 26, 2017
Brach Eichler Benefits Review