Jay Zweig practices employment law and related commercial litigation. He represents private businesses, public corporations and governments in avoiding and resolving employment law disputes.
Professor Zweig has more than 25 years experience in representing employers in matters related to human resources, preventing and defending lawsuits related to contracts and non-compete agreements, sexual harassment, discrimination, wage and hour law, class action, OSHA, and workers' comp bad faith issues. He has been lead counsel in federal and state court trials for clients that range from start-up ventures and professional services firms to Fortune 100 companies.
A contributing author of the Arizona Employment Law Handbook, Professor Zweig is a frequent speaker and seminar instructor on hiring and firing, sexual harassment, and risk management issues facing employers.
Assistant: Kathy Tevis
J.D., The University of Texas, 1986
B.S., Northwestern University, 1983