Joshua R.Sallmen (Josh)

Associate

Pittsburgh + 1.412.394.7978

Josh Sallmen represents employers in single plaintiff matters and in class and representative actions on a variety of labor relations and employment law issues.

Josh defends clients against claims of unpaid wages, unpaid benefits, and wrongful termination under state and federal laws. His experience includes drafting dispositive and other written motions and accompanying briefings, managing discovery, and conducting legal research. Josh was part of a team that successfully briefed and secured summary judgment in a wage and hour collective action regarding an allegation that a parent corporation jointly employed individuals actually employed by its revenue-generating operating subsidiaries. He is presently assisting a public company with conducting and assessing a top-to-bottom pay equity assessment.

Josh maintains a pro bono practice that includes representing clients in matters concerning constitutional issues at the trial and appellate levels. He has assisted pro se litigants through the Western District of Pennsylvania's Pro Se Pro Bono Alternative Dispute Resolution program.

Before joining Jones Day, Josh served as a judicial law clerk on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

Experience

  • Global systemically important bank (GSIB) conducts risk assessment to determine impact of LIBOR transition on enterprise-wide portfoliosJones Day is advising a GSIB with respect to enterprise-wide portfolios impacted by the LIBOR transition, including conducting portfolio-wide risk impact assessments, analyzing various consumer products, and developing litigation contingency plans.
  • Corporate trustees seek advice relating to LIBOR transitionJones Day is advising two U.S.-based corporate trustees with respect to portfolios impacted by LIBOR transition and COFI cessation, including conducting portfolio-wide risk impact assessments, analyzing various consumer products, and developing litigation contingency plans.