Howard M. Kastrinsky
Howard M. Kastrinsky is a Partner at King & Ballow and is the Head of the firm’s Employment and Discrimination Section.
Mr. Kastrinsky received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University and his law degree from the University of North Carolina, where he graduated with honors. He was a member of the University of North Carolina Law Review and Order of the Coif. Mr. Kastrinsky is a former trial attorney for the National Labor Relations Board.
Mr. Kastrinsky regularly speaks on subjects including discrimination laws, the Family & Medical Leave Act, Wage and Hour Law, sexual harassment and union organizing. He has written several publications for King & Ballow on the Family & Medical Leave Act, National Labor Relations Board procedures, and the National Labor Relations Act. Mr. Kastrinsky is a Contributing Editor to The Developing Labor Law and a contributor to Employment Relations Today and to InsideCounsel.com.
Mr. Kastrinsky’s practice concentrates in all phases of employment and labor law. He is a member of the Nashville and Tennessee Bar Associations. Mr. Kastrinsky is admitted to practice in Tennessee, North Carolina and before the U.S. Court of Appeals in the First, Sixth, Seventh, and District of Columbia Circuits.
Mr. Kastrinsky is co-editor of King & Ballow’s employment law blog, Keeping You Posted.
|No courses scheduled
|April 17, 2019
||Navigating the Reasonable Accommodation Process Under the Americans with Disabilities Act
|April 10, 2019
||An Employer’s Guide to the Family and Medical Leave Act
|November 7, 2018
||Anatomy of a Harassment Case: Part III
|October 10, 2018
||Anatomy of a Harassment Case: Part II
|April 4, 2018
||Anatomy of a Harassment Case: Part I
|December 6, 2017
||Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
|November 8, 2017
|October 18, 2017
|May 10, 2017
|November 30, 2016
||Harassment and Discrimination Basics
|October 26, 2016
|September 16, 2015
||Legal and Illegal Payroll Deductions
|August 19, 2015
|July 29, 2015
||Immigration Compliance for Employers
|August 27, 2014
|September 4, 2013
||Untangling FMLA, ADA and Workers’ Compensation