• Lewis Maltby
    Experience, Expertise, Credibility



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Maltby is the rare expert who has the breadth of experience and even handed record to be viewed as neutral and independent.  He is not a professional witness, but a nationally recognized expert respected by all.  He has testified successfully on behalf of both employers and employees

  • About Us

    Over 40 years of experience as corporate general counsel, director of human resources, civil rights attorney, and litigation experience as both an attorney and an expert witness.

  • Litigation Support

    Expert services to plaintiff and defense attorneys on employment issues, especially negligent hiring and alternate dispute resolution.

  • Consulting

    Consulting services for employers, employees, unions, and government agencies on a wide variety of employment issues.

  • Speaking Engagements

    Previous engagements include the American Bar Association, both Houses of Congress, National Academy of Arbitrators, National Association of Professional Background Screeners.

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Lewis Maltby, JD, Founder and Principal

Lewis Maltby received his J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania (1972). After four years as a litigator, he became general counsel for Drexelbrook Controls Inc., a world leader in industrial safety systems. His responsibilities at Drexelbrook included human resources.

In 1990, he left the private sector to become the founding director of the ACLU’s national employment rights office. In 2000, Maltby and his ACLU staff created the National Workrights Institute.

During this time, Maltby became a nationally recognized expert on employment issues. He testified before Congress on numerous occasions, as well as the legislatures of a dozen states. He has been interviewed by the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post, and appeared on 60 Minutes, Larry King Live, and All Things Considered (NPR). Maltby has been invited to speak at Yale, NYU, Duke, Cornell, University of Pennsylvania, Vanderbilt, and University of Washington.

Maltby has taught employment law at Rutgers Law School and human resource management at Rutgers School of Labor and Management Relations. He is the author of 11 scholarly articles, including articles in Boston College Law Review, Columbia Journal of Human Rights, and Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.

Court Cases

Additional Areas of Expertise

Alternative Dipsute Resolution

He developed special expertise in alternate dispute resolution, especially arbitration of non-union employment disputes. He served on the American Bar Association taskforce that created due process standards that were adopted by the American Arbitration Association and other leading providers. He served on the Board of Directors for the American Arbitration Association and its executive committee and testified before the United States Senate Subcommittee on Administrative Oversight and the Courts regarding arbitration of statutory employment disputes.

Negligent Hiring

Maltby was a principle author of Best Practices for the use of Criminal Records in Employment, which has the support of the United States Department of Justice, Department of Labor, and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. He has spoken at DOJ funded conferences for employers in New York, Atlanta, Chicago, and Los Angeles.

He has addressed the National Association for Professional Background Screeners and testified before the United States House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary regarding the use of criminal records in employment.


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