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Jason C. Gavejian is an Associate in the Morristown office of Jackson Lewis LLP. Mr. Gavejian represents management exclusively in all aspects of employment litigation, including restrictive covenants, class-actions, harassment, retaliation, discrimination and wage and hour claims. Mr. Gavejian regularly represents employers in federal and state courts and administrative agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the New Jersey Division of Civil Rights, the United States Department of Labor, and the New Jersey Department of Labor. Additionally, Mr. Gavejian is a member of the firm’s HIPAA and Workplace Privacy Practice Group, focusing on the matrix of privacy and data security laws affecting the workplace.
As a part of Mr. Gavejian’s work in the area of data privacy and security, he has assisted in counseling multinational, national and regional companies in regard to compliance with the HIPAA privacy and security regulations, as well as broader data privacy and security mandates and preventive safeguards. His work includes helping clients through the process of responding to breaches of personal information.
Mr. Gavejian has successfully represented clients in matters before the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court. Additionally, Mr. Gavejian was recently named a Rising Star in the Super Lawyers edition of Law & Politics magazine.
Mr. Gavejian is a member of the bar in the states of New Jersey and New York (inactive). Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, Mr. Gavejian served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Richard J. Donohue on the Superior Court of New Jersey, Bergen County. Mr. Gavejian received his juris doctor degree from Rutgers School of Law-Newark in June 2004 and conducted his undergraduate studies at The College of New Jersey receiving his degree in 2001.
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Employers Don't Put Your Heads In the Sand, You May Be Required to Monitor, Investigate and Report Employees Accessing Child Pornography
The New Jersey Appellate Division (Doe v. XYC Corporation) and the Court of Appeals of Wisconsin (Maypark v. Securitas Serv. USA Inc. & Sigler v. Kobinsky) have both examined an employer’s duty to monitor employees conduct while at work, and have reached drastically different...
Co Author: Joseph J. Lazzarotti, Esq. Health Net Inc., one of the nation’s largest publicly traded managed health care companies, recently notified authorities and informed affected persons, with a statement on its website, that the unencrypted personal information of 1.5 million...
Co-Author: V. John Ella, Esq. In a key step toward developing a proposed U.S. health information technology (HIT) infrastructure, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has announced that Iowa’s Medicaid program is the first to receive federal matching funds for planning...
As the holidays approach, more of us will be utilizing work time, and likely work resources, to handle our holiday shopping. Some of us may even post our shopping successes or gift ideas on Facebook or email coupons to friends. Doing so not only results in a loss of employee productivity, but also...
Joining the growing number of states which have enacted laws regulating the destruction of records to prevent possible identity theft, the Rhode Island Legislature passed H. 5092 on October 29, 2009. The bill requires businesses and government agencies to completely destroy records containing...