"Clear, Written Policies Communicated to Employees Can Reduce Employer Liability," an interview with William F. Maderer, Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, March 2003

February 28, 2003

The Editor interviews William F. Maderer, Partner, Saiber Schlesinger Satz & Goldstein, LLC.

Editor: Would you summarize your professional background?

Maderer: After graduating from N.Y.U. Law School in 1973, I joined the firm of Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP where I spent about a year and a half as a litigation associate. I had always been interested in being a federal prosecutor, so I applied for and obtained a position as an Assistant United States Attorney in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in New Jersey. I spent six years in that office, the last two as chief of the Special Prosecutions Division, which prosecutes all types of white collar crime, including cases of political corruption. I was there in the mid 1970s, and there was no shortage of work for that unit.

I left the U.S. Attorneys Office in 1980 to join Saiber Schlesinger Satz & Goldstein. At that time, the firm included six attorneys. We now have 54.

Attachment: Clear, Written Policies Communicated To Employees Can Reduce Employer Liability