Anthony began his practice has an employment litigator at an international labor and employment firm. He enjoyed litigating so much that when he went in-house he, on his own initiative, developed the company’s first internal litigation shop. Anthony has litigated cases in nearly every area of employment law in federal and state court, as well as in arbitrations and before federal agencies.
Anthony also handles litigation matters on behalf of BerlikLaw LLC, a northern Virginia-based litigation firm handling defamation, breach of contract, and other business disputes.
Anthony represents clients in traditional labor issues, including union avoidance, union campaigns, collective bargaining, and defense of unfair labor practice charges. Anthony believes that union issues are often workplace culture issues, and his long tenure on his prior organization’s Human Resources Executive Team provides him insight into matters of employee engagement and organizational culture that are crucial to good labor relations.
For a decade, Anthony was responsible for counseling managers and human resources teams across a large multi-state health system. He now puts this in-house expertise to work in providing business-oriented advice and creative solutions to clients of FMLaw. He has broad experience on matters such as reductions in force, investigations of alleged harassment, and wage and hour compliance.
Anthony is an accomplished public speaker and trainer, and has created innovative, interactive, client-specific training for companies in various industries that are designed to reduce litigation and other employment disputes.
Anthony has a B.A. in History and Classics from Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA, an M.A. in History from Syracuse University, and a J.D. from the George Washington University Law School. Anthony is admitted to practice in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and the District of Columbia, and various federal courts.
Anthony resides in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with his wife and two young children. He has an interest in community building and politics, and volunteers for organizations focused on vulnerable populations, such as refugees and prisoners reentering society. He also sits on the parish council of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.
For fun, Anthony plays guitar and sings in a Lancaster-based country band. And although it may cost him friends and clients, he proudly roots for the New York Yankees.