Joshua D. Fulop represents employers and senior executives in all aspects of employment-related litigation and disputes before federal and state courts, administrative agencies, and alternative dispute resolution bodies. His experience includes defense of claims of discrimination and sexual harassment, disputes involving the enforcement of employment contracts and non-competition covenants, and tort claims arising out of the employment relationship, such as breach of fiduciary duty, unfair competition and tortious interference. Joshua also advises clients on a broad variety of employment-related matters, including non-competition covenants, terminations and other disciplinary actions, employment and separation agreements, investigations of alleged discrimination, harassment and other employee misconduct and employment policies and practices. Joshua has been selected to the New York Metro Super Lawyers "Rising Stars" list.
- A leading fashion modeling agency in the successful defense of claims brought by an alleged former shareholder, including fraud, breach of fiduciary duty and trademark infringement; case dismissed on a motion to dismiss before the Supreme Court, New York County.
- An investment banking firm and two of its senior executives in defense of claims, which included age discrimination, violations under New York State’s whistleblower act and breach of contract, brought by a former senior analyst; case dismissed on a motion to dismiss before the Supreme Court, New York County; dismissal affirmed by the First Department.
- A global real estate services firm in connection with the defense of an action filed in New York by a former executive seeking alleged unpaid compensation and future commissions.
- A global accounting firm in matters relating to the recruitment of high-level executives, including the arbitration of an ensuing controversy.
- A global business advisory firm in defense of various contract and restrictive covenant claims brought by a former managing director of the company.
- Of one of the world’s largest distributors of electronic parts and components against various employment and trade secret claims brought against it by a competitor in New York federal court.