Charles Ercole has been called a "WARN Act Litigation Heavyweight." Some of Chuck’s past cases include:
Qimonda NA ($35 million for 2200 employees);
MF Global ($7.8 million for 1150 employees);
USF Red Star ($7 million for 2,000 employees);
Arrow Trucking ($4 million for 550 employees);
Truland Electric ($2.875 million for 750 employees);
Oakwood Homes ($2.8 million for 1,000 employees);
MLN ($2.7 million for 1,000 employees);
Fleetwood Enterprises ($1.65 million for 600 employees).
Chuck is a Partner and the Chair of the Labor and Employment Group at KLEHR HARRISON HARVEY BRANZBURG LLP, a full service law firm in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Because of Chuck’s WARN Act expertise, he is also often called upon to represent and counsel companies that are facing WARN Act lawsuits or are dealing with the WARN Act issues in advance of a shutdown or mass layoff.