Daniel Hurley's practice focuses on employment and labor issues. Mr. Hurley frequently represents management in state and federal courts, at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Washington State Human Rights Commission, the National Labor Relations Board and before other federal and state agencies. Mr. Hurley has significant experience representing employers in wage and hour matters, contract disputes, noncompetition cases, discrimination, harassment and retaliation cases, and tort-based claims.
Mr. Hurley also counsels employers regarding employee relations, employment practices and procedures, compliance with state and federal employment and labor laws, and the employment aspects of business transactions. He regularly drafts and reviews employment policies and handbooks, counsels employers regarding hiring practices, terminations and reductions in force, and negotiates and drafts employment-related documents such as offer letters, employment agreements, restrictive covenant agreements and separation agreements.
Prior to joining the firm, he was a public school teacher in Raleigh, North Carolina.