Expertise: Legal Affairs, Labor Unions, Employment Litigation
Joe Scudiero is Senior Vice President and Chief Labor Counsel for Entertainment Partners (EP). During his 30-plus legal career as a labor lawyer, he has focused primarily on labor and employment issues in the entertainment industry, specializing in state/federal labor law and employment tax compliance/counseling as it relates to talent, crew and other production staff employed through EP, and managing EP’s collective bargaining agreements and relationships with labor unions.
Joe designed the EP Cares™ health insurance program, a private health insurance exchange unique to the entertainment industry and was recognized with a “Private Exchange Implementation Award” in The Institute for HealthCare Consumerism’s HealthCare Consumerism Superstars magazine. Variety also has featured him as one of the top attorneys in entertainment, noting his accomplishments in designing the entertainment industry’s first-ever private health insurance coverage.
Joe holds a BA in economics from UCLA and graduated with honors from Loyola Law School. Joe is a member of the Board of Directors of the Motion Picture Industry Pension and Health Plans.
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