Mr. Fasic has practiced employment and construction law for over 20 years. His practice is primarily management-based, and includes discrimination claims, wage and hour issues, Davis Bacon/Prevailing Wage claims, employment agreements (including restrictive covenant issues and severance agreements), hiring and firing guidance, unemployment claims, and legislative affairs. He appears frequently before various administrative boards and agencies, as well as private dispute resolution forums. He has experience practicing before all of Delaware’s state and federal trial and appellate courts and has experience with trial and appellate matters in the state and federal courts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. In March 2007, Mr. Fasic received his certification as a mediator from the Delaware Superior Court and serves as mediator or arbitrator for labor/employment law and construction law/mechanics liens matters.
Mr. Fasic was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1965, received his B.A. degree from Lehigh University in 1988 and his J.D. degree from the Widener University School of Law in 1995. He is a former investigator for the Delaware Department of Labor and a frequent speaker on employment and construction law topics for various professional and trade organizations. In addition, he also taught as an adjunct faculty member for Wilmington College.
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Mr. Fasic was voted by his peers as a “Top Lawyer 2016” in the field of Construction Law and as a “Top Lawyer 2012” in the field of Labor Law (Delaware Today magazine).
In 2014 he received the “Associate/Supplier Member of the Year” award from the Associated Builders and Contractors, Delaware Chapter.