Leonard A. Grossman
As an attorney in the Office of the Solicitor for nearly 20 years, I have handled cases for almost every agency within the Department of Labor. My primary involvement has been in cases and programs under the Employment Standards Administration, including but not limited to Fair Labor Standards Act. In addition I have served for many years as the Solicitor's representative on the Regional Farm Labor Coordinated Enforcement Committee.

I have had broad experience in the Davis-Bacon and Service Contract Act matters. In these matters I have tried cases resulting in recovery of as much as 100% of claimed back wages and in the debarment of respondent contractors.

My work in the subpoena/FOIA/Privacy Act area, which I coordinated for some time, is also relevant to issues repeatedly confronted by agencies within the Department.

I have continued to develop expertise in new areas as well. For example, I recently became involved the handling of H-1B immigration matters and the Family and Medical Leave Act.

I currently coordinate OFCCP (Race, sex and disability discrimination and affirmative action in federal contracts) and LMRDA (union democracy) cases handled by my office.

My legal skills and my ability to work closely with the investigators in the Wage and Hour Division have resulted in a number of published opinions favorable to the Department. Among these are: