Alyson Mathews

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631-694-2300

 

EMAIL:

am@lambbarnosky.com

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EDUCATION:

♦  Boston College (B.A., English, cum laude, 2001)

♦  Brooklyn Law School (J.D., 2004)

 

BAR ADMISSIONS:

New York

 

HONORS & AWARDS

  • 2017 – New York Metro area Super Lawyers® Rising Stars list
  • 2017 – Listed as one of Long Island Business News’ Who’s Who in Women in Professional Services
  • 2017 – Listed as one of Long Island Business News’ Who’s Who in Intellectual Property & Labor Law
  • 2014 – Listed as one of Long Island Business News’ Who’s Who in Intellectual Property & Labor Law
  • 2013 – Listed as one of Long Island Business News’ Who’s Who in Women in Professional Services

ORGANIZATIONS & COMMITTEES

  • Member, Congressman Steve Israel’s Long Island Affordable Care Act Task Force
  • New York State Bar Association Electronic Communications Committee
  • New York State Bar Association Executive Committee of the Labor and Employment Law Section
  • Co-Chair, Membership Committee of the New York State Bar Association
  • Member, the American Bar Association
  • Member, the Suffolk County Bar Association

PRESENTATIONS

  • 03.01.2017:  Hot Topics in Labor and Employment Law – co-sponsored by the Labor and Employment Law Section and the Committee on Continuing Legal Education of the New York State Bar Association
  • 01.27.2017:  Plenary One: Emergency Ethics – How to Recognize and React to Ethical Landmines in the Practice of Labor and Employment Law – 140th Labor and Employment Law Section’s Annual Meeting of the New York State Bar Association
  • 01.05.2017:  Forms 1094 and 1095: Complying With Mandatory ACA Healthcare Coverage Reporting Requirements of IRC 6055 and 6056 – Strafford live webinar
  • 06.03.2016:  Raucous Caucus; Mock School Board Meeting – 16th Annual School Attorney Law Conference sponsored by the NYS Association of School Attorneys
  • 11.20.2015:  Affordable Care Act Employer Reporting – Suffolk County Chapter of the New York State Association of Business Officials (SASBO)
  • 11.04.2015:  Health Care Reform: Impact on Health Care Insurance and Employee Benefits -National Business Institute seminar “Employment Law: 2015 Comprehensive Guide”
  • 12.08.2014:  Collective Bargaining: A Primer on the Taylor Law and negotiations with a simulated mock bargaining session – Nassau and Suffolk Academies of Law and the Education Law Committees 2014 Annual School Law Conference
  • 10.13.2014:  ACA:  What Public Sector Employers Need to Do Now – 60th U.S. Annual Employee Benefits Conference
  • 01.30.2014:  Final Wellness Regulations: What You Need to Know – The Knowledge Group, LLC
  • 01.30.2014:  The Implications of the Affordable Care Act for Municipalities  – NYSBA Municipal Law Section Annual Meeting
  • 12.09.2013:  Don’t Let the ‘ACA’ Make You Ill – Nassau and Suffolk Academies of Law and the Education Law Committees 2013 Annual School Law Conference
  • 11.19.2013:  Affordable Care Act Presentation – Council of Licensed Physiotherapists of New York, Inc.
  • 10.25.2013:  The Affordable Care Act is Here – Now What? – NAWBO’s Informational Meeting, sponsored by and held at BDO
  • 09.12.2013:  The Impact of the Affordable Care Act on Collective Bargaining: An Interactive Discussion –  Labor & Employment Relations Association New York Chapter NYC-LERA Dinner Meeting and Panel Discussion
  • 06.13.2013:  Navigating the “Pay or Play” Penalties – Lamb & Barnosky, LLP seminar
  • 11.19.2012:  Social Media and the Public Sector Workplace – NYS Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Section’s Technology in the Workplace and Practice Committee and the Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal
  • 06.03.2012:  Navigating by the Stars, or Identifying a Clear Route – NYSSBA & NYSASA 12th Annual School Attorney Law Conference
  • 12.02.2011:  Employment at Will and New York State Exceptions – Labor and Employment Law Section and the Committee on Continuing Legal Education of the New York State Bar Association
  • 01.29.2010:  Public Employment in the 70’s: A Look at Civil Service Laws §§ 71, 72, 73 and 75 – NYS Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Section Annual Meeting
  • 03.12.2008:  Special Ethical Considerations in Public Section Labor Relations- Public Sector Labor Law Conference


PRACTICE AREAS:

Affordable Care ActEducation, EmploymentLabor, Litigation and Municipal

 

Alyson Mathews represents employers and school districts in education, labor and employment law matters.  She has assisted municipal clients with grievance arbitrations, improper practice charges before PERB, disciplinary charges, contract negotiations, compulsory and voluntary interest arbitrations, fact finding proceedings and legislative determinations.  Ms. Mathews has comprehensive knowledge of the impact of the Affordable Care Act on employers, including implementation strategies and best personnel practices and procedures.  She has frequently lectured on these topics.  Ms. Mathews also has experience with student disciplinary hearings, appeals to the Commissioner of Education and special education law.  She has been featured in the Long Island Business News’ Who’s Who in Women in Professional Services and Who’s Who in Intellectual Property and Labor Law and was named to the 2017 New York Metro area Super Lawyers® Rising Stars list.

 

Ms. Mathews is actively involved in the NYSBA and currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Labor and Employment Law Section as the Co-Chair of the Continuing Legal Education Committee.  She is a co-editor of NYSBA’s second edition of Impasse Resolution under the Taylor Law.  Ms. Mathews is also a member of the American Bar Association and the Suffolk County Bar Association.

 

Ms. Mathews received her law degree from Brooklyn Law School and her undergraduate degree, cum laude, from Boston College.  While at Brooklyn Law School, she was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society and the Journal of Law and Policy.  She participated in the 2003 National First Amendment Moot Court Competition where she placed as a semifinalist.  Ms. Mathews also served as the coach of the 2004 First Amendment Moot Court team, Notes and Comments Editor for the Journal of Law and Policy, and editor of the Brooklyn Law School News.