StanleyWeiner (Stan)

Of Counsel

Dallas + 1.214.969.3731 Cleveland + 1.216.586.3939

Stan Weiner has represented clients across a variety of industries in complex labor and employment matters for more than 38 years in practice. He focuses on the defense of employers in class litigation and administrative investigations involving the FLSA, state wage-hour laws, retiree medical and other ERISA benefits claims, and employment discrimination claims. Stan's practice also includes extensive representation of employers in union-management relations matters, including NLRB proceedings, collective bargaining negotiations, union corporate campaigns, labor arbitration proceedings, and related litigation. He also has an extensive practice counseling clients on preventative measures, including reviewing wage-hour compliance, reviewing policies and conducting investigations, as well as counseling clients on issues arising in mergers, sales, and other corporate transactions.

Stan's client-centered, creative approach has long been recognized by clients. In recognition by Chambers, clients noted that he "understands the issues and thinks of creative resolutions" and "understands the intricacies of evolving DOL standards in ways that few lawyers do."

Stan has been named by Lawdragon as one of the Top 20 Lawyers in traditional labor law since 2015. He was also named a "Client Service All-Star MVP" in a 2009 survey of outside counsel conducted by BTI Consulting Group. MVPs stand out for superior client service for two or more consecutive years. He has lectured at seminars on various employment law topics, including employment discrimination.


  • CITGO completes $1.125 billion Senior Secured Notes offeringJones Day represented CITGO Petroleum Corporation, a North American refiner of complex crudes and producer of high-value petrochemicals, in connection with a Rule 144A offering of $1.125 billion aggregate principal amount of 7.00% Senior Secured Notes due 2025.
  • TriMas sold Lamons business to First Reserve for $135 millionJones Day advised TriMas Company, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of TriMas Corporation, in its $135 million sale of its Lamons business, a provider of industrial sealing and fastener solutions used in mission-critical, high-consequence applications in the petrochemical, petroleum refining, midstream energy transportation, upstream oil and gas, metropolitan water and wastewater management end markets, to First Reserve, a private equity firm focused on energy investing.
  • GE wins Sixth Circuit appeal defeating class action surrounding retiree benefitsJones Day obtained a victory on behalf of General Electric Company ("GE") in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, which affirmed a complete dismissal of a nationwide putative class action concerning GE's changes to post-retirement medical benefits for union retirees.
  • Verizon obtains California Court of Appeal affirmation of trial court decision denying class certification in AirTouch Cellular store manager misclassification caseOn July 28, 2017, the California Court of Appeal affirmed the trial court's ruling denying class certification in a store manager misclassification case filed against Jones Day client AirTouch Cellular dba Verizon Wireless, Inc.
  • Interface wins dismissal of allegations of FLSA on-call and overtime violationsOn July 5, 2017, Jones Day client Interface Operations LLC won dismissal in a Fair Labor Standards Act action filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada by a group of pilots against Interface and three other defendants.
  • Sherwin-Williams acquires Valspar for $11.3 billionJones Day advised The Sherwin-Williams Company in its $11.3 billion acquisition of The Valspar Corporation.
  • R.J. Reynolds wins summary judgment in pension benefits caseJones Day client Reynolds American Inc. won summary judgment over a claim for pension benefits in the Northern District of Mississippi.
  • Affiliate of national railway company wins federal appeal affirming dismissal of wage and hour class actionJones Day obtained an appellate victory in a wage and hour class action for our client, an affiliate of a national railway company.
  • Timken Company transfers $475 million of hourly pension plan liabilitiesJones Day advised The Timken Company in connection with the purchase of an irrevocable group annuity contract from The Prudential Insurance Company of America, covering approximately 3,400 U.S. hourly retirees receiving pension benefits from The Timken Company Pension Plan.
  • Meggitt defends against class action litigation over allegedly vested retiree medical benefitsJones Day represented Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems Corporation ("Meggitt) in a class action litigation brought by retirees (former union employees) who asserted their retiree medical benefits were vested.
  • GM wins Sixth Circuit appeal affirming dismissal of all claims alleging breaches of collective bargaining agreementIn 2007, Jones Day client General Motors Corporation and the International UAW negotiated a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA).
  • FirstEnergy defends class action suit over retiree medical benefitsJones Day represented FirstEnergy Corp. in a class action lawsuit brought by former union employees, now retired, who asserted that their retiree medical benefits were vested.
  • Mahle acquires thermal division from Delphi Automotive for $727 millionJones Day advised Mahle GmbH in the acquisition of the thermal division of automotive supplier Delphi PLC for $727 million.
  • Verizon Wireless defeats class certification in Store Managers misclassification class actionsOn April 14, 2015, Judge Johnson, of the California Superior Court for the County of Los Angeles, agreed with Jones Day client AirTouch Cellular dba Verizon Wireless ("AirTouch") that class certification is inappropriate in two wage and hour misclassification class actions.
  • Toyota Tsusho America acquires stock of Country Pure FoodsJones Day advised Toyota Tsusho America, Inc. (TAI) in the acquisition of Country Pure Foods, Inc. (CPF), a major U.S. food service juice manufacturer.
  • Ferro sells Polymer Additives business for $154 millionJones Day advised Ferro Corporation, a leading global supplier of technology-based performance materials, in its sale of the majority of the assets of its Polymer Additives business to Polymer Additives, Inc., a wholly owned portfolio company of H.I.G. Capital, LLC, for approximately $154 million in cash.
  • Mexichem acquires Dura-Line for $630 millionJones Day advised Mexichem, S.A.B. de C.V. in its $630 million acquisition of Dura-Line, an international manufacturer and distributor of communication and energy infrastructure products and systems including conduit, cable-in-conduit, pipe, and accessories.
  • Ferro sells Specialty Plastics business to A. SchulmanJones Day advised Ferro Corporation in its sale of substantially all of the assets in its Specialty Plastics business to A. Schulman, Inc.
  • Timken completes plan to separate its businesses into two independent publicly traded companiesJones Day advised The Timken Company in its spin-off of its steel business from its bearing and power transmission business.
  • CITGO obtains affirmation by Fifth Circuit dismissing all 26 plaintiffs in wage-hour action and awarding costs to CITGOOn November 12, 2013, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a final judgment obtained by Jones Day on behalf of client CITGO Petroleum Corporation in a lawsuit by 26 current and former console supervisors.
  • Speaking Engagements

    • January 28, 2019
      Calculating Overtime Under Federal Law: The Regular Rate Requirements & Exemptions
    • May 7, 2015
      Turmoil in the Oil Patch: Risks and Opportunities for Oil & Gas Companies and Investors
    • January 29-30, 2015
      ACI's 23rd National Forum on Wage & Hour Claims and Class Actions
    • September 2014
      2014 Labor & Employment Seminar - New York
    • November 13, 2013
      The U.S. Department of Labor's New Agenda, Ohio Chamber of Commerce Stanley Weiner
    • October 20, 2011
      The New Pro-Labor Enforcement Regime at the National Labor Relations Board and Effective Prevention Strategies for Minimizing Employment Law Liability
    • July 21, 2010
      The Class Action Explosion: What Every Employer Should Know to Prevent and to Address Employment Related Class Actions, Ohio Labor and Employment Law Institute
    • October 22-23, 2009
      Labor Arbitration in a Time of Economic Crisis - How the Economy Will Impact How Cases Are Argued By Advocates and Decided By Arbitrators, Cornell University/AAA
    • December 11, 2008
      Labor and Employment, Legislative Changes and Priorities for 2009, How the Election Results May Impact the U.S. Employer, Cleveland's CLE Academy
    • November 8-9, 2007
      December 6-7, 2007
      Employee Benefits in a Changing Global Economy, The National Employment Law Institute's 28th Annual National Conference on Developments in Employment Law
    • May 17, 2007
      Employee Benefits in a Changing Global Economy, The National Employment Law Institute's Twelfth Annual Advanced-Level Human Resources Conferences
    • May 10, 2007
      Employee Benefits in a Changing Global Economy, The National Employment Law Institute's Twelfth Annual Advanced-Level Human Resources Conferences
    • April 27, 2007
      Significant Issues in Wage Hour Litigation
    • March 27, 2007
      Fine-Tuning Non-Exempt Compensation at the Corporate Counsel Forum on Wage & Hour Compliance
    • April 6, 2006
      Manage With Care: Labor and Employment Issues
    • March 17, 2005
      Wage Hour Litigation, Workshop on Employment Law for Federal Judges, the Federal Judicial Center and the Center for Labor and Employment, NYU School of Law
    • February 23, 2005
      The New DOL Wage-Hour Exemption Regulations: Why Your Company Will Remain a Target for FLSA Lawsuits and DOL Investigations, presented to the Texas General Counsel Forum.
    • June 27-28, 2002
      Downsizing During Tough Economic Times,  Advanced In-House Counsel Course Dealing with Layoffs, State Bar of Texas
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