Jean-Marc Favreau

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email: favreau@peerganlaw.com

Jean Marc Favreau

Jean-Marc represents and advises public and private sector labor unions in a variety of areas of labor law including arbitration, collective bargaining, NLRB proceedings, organizing campaigns, and union governance.  He also advises and represents individuals, including clergy, educators, and other professionals, in employment matters such as contract negotiations, retirement agreements, and disputes.

Jean-Marc frequently conducts steward trainings, labor rights seminars, and arbitration courses for unions, and has given presentations on a diverse array of labor and employment issues. He also serves an adjunct professor of public policy at the Catholic University School of Law.

Jean-Marc came to Peer, Gan & Gisler LLP after his tenure as the Law Fellow for the American Federation of Labor – Congress of Industrial Organizations in 2003-2004. He also served as a law clerk for the United Mine Workers of America, the U.S. Department of Labor, James & Hoffman, PC, the International Labor Rights Fund, and the AFL-CIO.

At the Catholic University School of Law, he was a Dean’s Scholar, the 2001 Papps Labor Law Fellow, the 2002-2003 John Fanning Labor Scholar, Technology Editor of the Journal of Contemporary Health Law and Policy, and an officer for the Students for Public Interest Law.

Education

  • Catholic University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, Certificate in Law & Public Policy, 2003
  • Wesleyan University, B.A., Sociology, 1995

 

Federal Court Admissions

  • District of Maryland
  • Eastern District of Virginia

State Bar Admissions

  • District of Columbia
  • Maryland
  • Virginia

Past Employment

  • Law Fellow, American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations, 2003-2004
  • Law Clerk, AFL-CIO, 2003
  • Law Clerk, International Labor Rights Fund, 2002
  • Summer Associate, James & Hoffman, PC, 2002
  • Law Clerk, Department of Labor, Plan Benefits Security Division, 2001
  • Summer Associate, United Mine Workers of America, 2001
  • Intern, Labor Education and Research Fund, Labor Notes

 

Affiliations

  • Member, AFL-CIO Lawyers Coordinating Committee
  • Member, Maryland State Bar Association, Labor & Employment Lawyers Division
  • Member, American Constitution Society
  • Member, American Bar Association, Section of Labor and Employment Law

 

Publications & Conferences

  • Author,  Is Parsonage Constitutional? Issue Heads Back to Federal Court, Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association website (November 2016)
  • Moderator, The NLRB: Blazing a Technology Trail, ABA National Symposium on Technology in Labor and Employment Law (April 2016)
  • Co-Author with Richard F. Griffin, Pamela Jeffrey and Harry I. Johnson III, Technology Related Developments in Board Law, ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law (April 2016)
  • Presenter, Contract Negotiations: Issues of Particular Concern to Female Clergy, Jewish Theological Seminary (February 2014)