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Hayes C. Stover

Mr. Stover represents employers in two related areas, employment and labor, and immigration. In employment and labor, his practice includes advising on avoiding or dealing with unions; creation of employment policies and handbooks; defending employers in labor, discrimination and employment matters in federal and state courts, administrative agencies, and arbitration; advising on compliance with federal and state employment laws; drafting and enforcement of employment and non-compete agreements; writing and implementation of affirmative action plans; and providing guidance and defense in occupational safety and health matters.

In immigration, he represents employers and/or foreign nationals in all matters raised by the current or future employment relationship, including preparing and filing of non-immigrant visa petitions; processing of alien labor certification petitions; preparing and filing of immigrant visa petitions; filing and guidance on adjustment of status and consular processing; assistance on family related matters; providing advice and monitoring on compliance with immigration laws; advice and auditing of I 9 compliance; and representation in administrative proceedings with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Customs and Border Patrol, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and the Department of Labor.

  • Former Chair, Pittsburgh Chapter, American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Former Chair, Allegheny County Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section
  • American Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section
  • Frequent speaker at professional seminars on labor, employment, and immigration subjects
  • Regularly listed in The Best Lawyers in America and Pennsylvania Super Lawyers in the labor and employment law area
  • Member, Board of Trustees of Allegheny College
  • Former Chair, Town of McCandless Zoning Hearing Board
  • Current or former Board member of various nonprofit organizations
Additional Thought Leadership Pages
  • "Project Labor Agreements and Salting Revisited," Construction Law & Business, January/February 2002
  • "New Rules in Washington," Construction Law & Business, July/August 2001
  • "Recent Changes to the Davis-Bacon Act Regulations: Help or Hindrance?," Construction Law & Business, May/June 2001
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