He represents and advises employers on employment matters involving the ADA, ADEA, Title VII, FMLA, FLSA, OSHA, OFCCP, workers' compensation and related state statutes. In addition to his experience in employment litigation, he also represents companies in various labor relations matters including union organizing campaigns, collective bargaining, arbitrations and unfair labor practices.
Heath also advises clients with respect to the development of Affirmative Action Programs and the implementation of various obligations required under the applicable regulations. He also provides routine advice and counsel to corporate clients as to AAP requirements; represents clients during OFCCP audits; and assists companies with implementation of applicant tracking programs and impact ratio analyses.
During law school, Heath served as a cite checker for Human Rights Quarterly and was a member of the Federalist Society. He also served as Chief Justice of the University of Cincinnati chapter of Phi Alpha Delta, a legal fraternity. As an undergraduate, he was a Vanderbilt University Merit Scholar.
- Worked as legal counsel to two hospital clients during union organizing campaigns.
- Successfully defended client against unfair labor practice charges, succeeding in both the unfair labor practice hearing and the union's appeal to the NLRB.
- Represented clients in numerous harassment and discrimination matters before the EEOC and related state employment agencies, including investigating and responding to charges.
- Represented client in multi-plaintiff litigation involving allegations of religious discrimination.
- Represented client in litigation involving allegations of racial discrimination and hostile work environment.
- Assisted with collective bargaining between client and several bargaining units.
- Represented clients in both contract interpretation and discipline/discharge arbitration cases.
- "The Importance of Proper HR Investigations and Documentation So You Can Minimize Your Legal Risks" FordHarrison webinar, September 27, 2012
- The Fair Labor Standards Act, Second Edition, 2011 Supplement, Bloomberg BNA