Ami Zweig is an associate in the firm’s Employment Litigation practice group. He has participated in the representation of employers in a wide range of matters, including ERISA and Title VII class actions, single-plaintiff and multi-plaintiff litigations, EEOC compliance reviews, and employment arbitrations. He also has experience drafting employment agreements and advising clients with respect to restrictive covenant agreements, and has published on various topics in the field of employment law.
Mr. Zweig also has worked on pro bono matters, including representing a non-profit religious organization in a discrimination lawsuit (which was dismissed in federal district court and on appeal) and advising on employee handbooks and manuals.
Prior to joining Weil, Mr. Zweig spent a year as a law extern with The Legal Aid Society’s Employment Law Unit, where he represented clients in administrative hearings and assisted with wage-and-hour litigations.
Mr. Zweig received his B.A. from Duke University and his law degree from the University of Michigan Law School.