Gary Eidelman represents employers in labor and employment law and business matters, with a particular emphasis on non-compete, restrictive covenant and trade secret counseling and litigation. A Fellow in the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers, Gary is recognized by clients for his proactive, business-oriented approach to solving their problems. Gary's clients come from across the business spectrum and range from one of the world's largest publicly traded insurance broking and solutions companies to a global leader in fintech and payments to one of the region's fastest growing technology government contractors.
As an outgrowth of his business-oriented labor and employment practice, Gary often serves as the "go-to" lawyer for clients on a variety of other legal matters including general business, real estate and litigation issues. This results in collaboration with lawyers from different practice groups in the Firm who bring their own knowledge and skill sets to the client relationship.
Gary also helps clients create and prepare affirmative action programs to comply with government laws and regulations. His experience includes defending numerous OFCCP affirmative action audits for companies in the insurance, manufacturing, telecommunications, mapping and distribution industries.
In addition to his client work, Gary has long been active and holds leadership positions in the American Bar Association's Section of Labor and Employment Law and has been a regular presenter at the Labor Section's annual national CLE conference. He has held several leadership positions within the Firm including having served on its Executive Committee. He currently serves as chair of the Labor and Employment Practice. He also serves on several non-profit boards within the greater Baltimore community.