Eric Postow is Counsel at Parlatore Law Group and focuses his practice on supporting staffing and recruiting companies with risk mitigation, compliance planning, employee handbooks, contracts, negotiations, and as outside general counsel. He aims to help those who assist others seeking employment, by ensuring they can operate at their highest potential without having to focus all their energy on their legal framework.
Mr. Postow brings a business-focused approach to his legal practice having spent the past five years as a top producer for a Washington, DC based staffing firm. By working in the recruiting trenches, he saw first had the day-to-day business and legal needs within the staffing industry. He earned a reputation as a shrewd negotiator, having delivered the highest fee agreements, and negotiated salaries in the history of the 20-year-old company. Mr. Postow represented both diverse industry business clients and candidates and was regarded as an expert in strategic hiring consultation from both sides. Internally, he supported his clients and internal team with legal review of contracts, joint employment consultation, important labor & employment regulation compliance, drafting privacy and non-disclosure agreements, as well as providing general legal advice as issues came up.
In addition to his legal work, Mr. Postow is also a veteran of the United States Marines in a variety of management and leadership roles, having earned two personal military decorations (Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal and Commendation Medal). Additionally, Mr. Postow has been actively involved in supporting civil rights issues, most recently as a volunteer for the UNCF’s Leadership Council.
He is admitted to practice in Virginia.
He currently lives in Washington, DC.
University of Richmond School of Law, Richmond, VA, Juris Doctor, May 2016
University of Virginia, Political Leaders Program at the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership, 2015
University of Maryland, College Park, MD, Bachelor of Arts in History, December 2006