Harter Secrest & Emery LLP, a full-service business law firm with offices throughout New York, announced that Edward J. Steve, counsel in the firm’s Labor and Employment practice, has been appointed to serve on the ROCovery Fitness, Inc. board of directors.
ROCovery Fitness provides sober experiences and connections to individuals working on recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. It is a supportive community of physically active individuals brought together by sober living, committed to creating an environment of healing and recovery. Members, friends and families are empowered to discover their inner strength and confidence through adventure, fun and camaraderie. The organization’s programs are free and open to anyone with 48 hours of continuous sobriety. ROCovery Fitness welcomes friends, family members and those who choose to live sober. The ROCovery Outreach Center is located at 1035 Dewey Avenue, Rochester.
As a Labor and Employment attorney, Mr. Steve has extensive experience as an employment law defense counsel, representing clients in federal and state court proceedings, in arbitration, and before federal, state, and local administrative agencies. He provides advice and counsel on employment-related matters, and has significant expertise in several facets of labor and employment law, including human resources policy development, settlement agreements and negotiated departures. Mr. Steve has also conducted training on employment law matters.
Harter Secrest & Emery Labor and Employment attorneys advise clients on ways to meet their business needs in connection with all aspects of labor and employment law matters. The firm assists employers in analyzing the soundness and comprehensiveness of their existing employment practices and policies, and provide suggestions and advice on establishing new guidelines to meet ever-changing business requirements. Harter Secrest & Emery represents all types of employers in nearly every industry sector. The firm’s clients range from private employers with employees in a traditional manufacturing environment, to municipalities and school districts with employees spread out in numerous locations, to public employers with thousands of traditional and “virtual” employees located across the United States.