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Matt Luttinger focuses his practice on the representation of management in matters related to labor and employment law. 

Matt counsels employers in a host of employment law concerns including the development and review of employment and HR policies, compliance with the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), benefits, discipline and termination issues, Department of Labor (DOL) investigations, and Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA) investigations and citation contests.

He also has significant experience drafting, negotiating, and enforcing/defending employment contracts and non-compete agreements, as well as handling state and federal wage/hour and discrimination litigation.

Prior to joining FordHarrison, Matt was an associate at a general services law firm with a focus on construction law based in West Palm Beach. While in law school, he served as the Articles & Content Editor for the University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review. 

Representative Experience
  • Represented flight school in connection with former shareholder and vice president's breach of non-compete agreement. Obtained temporary injunction order against the former shareholder and vice president along with an order of contempt after the temporary injunction order was violated.

  • Represented property management company in connection with former employee's breach of non-compete agreement. Obtained temporary injunction order against the former employee.

  • Represented property management company in connection with former employee's whistle blower action. Obtained favorable settlement.

  • Represented various companies in connection with allegations of discrimination under federal and state law. Obtained findings of "no cause" from the EEOC.

  • Represented construction company in connection with alleged overtime violations under federal law.