"Learn something from each experience, whether it be positive or negative."
Jack S. Kluznik
Partner Jack Kluznik commits one hundred percent of his energy to the task at hand, whether it be work, recreation, or family. Jack is Chair of the firm’s Employment and Civil Rights Practice Group and focuses his practice on litigation, employment and labor, civil rights, intellectual property, copyright, trademark, commercial and education law. He has extensive trial experience, both jury and bench in matters involving wrongful termination, age discrimination, sex discrimination, race discrimination, sexual harassment, directors’ and officers’ liability claims, and commercial litigation matters including restrictive covenants and trade secret claims. “Complex litigation is stressful and challenging,“ he says. “It requires commitment to master the material, clear focus on the relevant issues, and the ability to represent the client with passion, integrity and good judgment.” In his free time, Jack enjoys time with his family and distance running.
Press, Publications and Presentations
Represents clients in matters involving litigation, employment and labor, civil rights, intellectual property, copyright, trademark, commercial and education law.
Extensive trial experience, both jury and bench in matters involving wrongful termination, age discrimination, sex discrimination, race discrimination, sexual harassment and retaliation, unfair labor practice and commercial litigation matters including restrictive covenants, breach of contracts, breach of fiduciary duty, and deceptive trade practices, and trade secret claims.
Successfully represented podiatric medical school against the National Testing Board and the testing agency that had invalidated the National Board's test results for that medical school's graduating class of students falsely accused of cheating by using unauthorized study guides. This involved federal litigation that included nearly three weeks of bench trial for a preliminary injunction and six weeks of jury trial resulting in a verdict in favor of the medical school and the falsely accused students.
Successful representation of a non-profit organization and the president of that organization accused of sexually harassing a high level female employee of the organization following a two week jury trial.
Representation of an employer accused of age discrimination by a terminated employee.
Labor & Employment Section
Honors, Awards and Civic/Community Involvement