Mark E. Papadopoulos is a Partner at IslerDare PC.
Mark litigates cases and advises clients on a wide range of labor and employment matters including those arising under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993, and the Fair Labor Standards Act as well as state workplace law such as restrictive covenants and common law torts. Mark is co-author of the Virginia Wage and Hour Handbook and frequently presents seminars on the Fair Labor Standards Act and related wage and hour topics. Mark served as Chair of the Fairfax Bar Association’s Employment Law Section from 2010-2011.
Prior to joining IslerDare in 2008, Mark served for six years in the U.S. Department of Labor. In 2005, Mark was appointed Senior Policy Advisor to the Assistant Secretary for Employment Standards where he assisted with a variety of wage and hour matters including federal regulations, legal guidance documents, and enforcement policy with a particular emphasis on matters involving the Family and Medical Leave Act and the Fair Labor Standards Act. Prior to this appointment, Mark practiced for three years in the Solicitor’s Office of the Department of Labor where he rendered advice and litigated cases on behalf of the Department.
Before his government service, Mark practiced civil litigation for three years in Washington, D.C. with the firm of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP.
Mark graduated magna cum laude from Cornell Law School in 1998. After law school, Mark clerked for one year for the Honorable J.L. Edmondson on the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in Atlanta, Georgia.
Mark resides with his wife and three children in Falls Church, Virginia.
Gregg C. Greenberg is an employment lawyer. Mr. Greenberg represents employees and counsels small businesses in workplace disputes relating to the rate, method, and sufficiency of employee compensation.
The focus of Mr. Greenberg’s practice is litigating claims wherein the central questions are often: (1) determinations of status or classification as employee or independent contractor; (2) questions concerning overtime pay exemptions or exceptions under Federal and State wage laws; (3) questions of compliance with the “tip credit” exception to Federal and State minimum wage requirements; and (4) disputes as to owed or unpaid wages or commissions.
In Mr. Greenberg’s career as an attorney, Mr. Greenberg has litigated several hundred Federal and State employment law claims including Class Actions and Collective Actions.