Principal - Jackson Lewis P.C.

Dan Duff is a Principal in the Long Island office of Jackson Lewis LLP, and a member of the Firm’s Affirmative Action Practice Group and Pay Equity Resource Group. Dan has over twenty-two years of experience in advising clients in a wide array of employment law and litigation areas, with a focus on affirmative action, OFCCP defense, pay equity, diversity and discrimination matters. He has defended cases/administrative proceedings involving alleged discrimination, retaliatory discharge and pay equity, including class and collective action cases. Dan has broad experience in defending clients in OFCCP audits as well as legal proceedings before the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Administrative Law Judges and Administrative Review Board, as well as a before a variety of state and local fair employment practices agencies. He has significant appellate practice experience, including defending appeals to the New York State Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.

Dan received his B.A. from the College of the Holy Cross and his J.D. from Cornell Law School.

Dan has conducted extensive employee or manager training seminars and presentations on myriad employment-related topics, including presentations at the following National ILG conferences:

  • 2018 National ILG Conference – Presentation Title: How to Avoid OFCCP Denial of Access Claims Without Handing Over the Kitchen Sink
  • 2017 National ILG Conference – Presentation Title: Litigating an Administrative Proceeding Against OFCCP
  • 2016 National ILG Conference – Presentation Title: Navigating the Minefield of OFCCP Audits of Higher Educational Institutions
    Dan also regularly presents legal updates and seminars for local and area ILGs, including the Northeast Region Corporate (NERC) ILG and the Long Island ILG.

Panel: Statistics 101 for Human Resources and Legal Professionals