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Peter Jones of Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC counsels and represents employers of all types and sizes in a variety of labor and employment-related contexts, including employment litigation in Federal and State courts and before the EEOC and Division of Human Rights, collective bargaining negotiations, wage and hour compliance and proceedings before administrative agencies and the courts, labor arbitrations, union organizing campaigns, strikes and picketing, and representation, and unfair labor practice proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board. He also represents a number of colleges and universities in labor matters and student discrimination claims. Mr. Jones also represents a number of municipalities in labor matters, including proceedings before PERB and compulsory interest arbitration under New York's Taylor Law. He also provides a broad range of training to executives, supervisors, managers and employees in a variety of topics, including EEO and anti-harassment compliance, wage and hour issues, investigations of workplace misconduct, documentation and performance reviews, electronic discovery, and avoiding workplace violence.
Craig L. Olivo’s practice includes all aspects of Labor and Employment Law in both the public and private sector. He has represented public sector clients throughout New York. His experience in the public sector has included every form of litigation under New York's Taylor Law, as well as collective bargaining, disciplinary proceedings and arbitrations. Mr. Olivo has extensive experience representing public employers in Civil Service Law Section 75 hearings, Section 3020-a disciplinary proceedings, employment litigation matters and labor relations counseling. He has also provided legal representation to numerous towns, villages, cities and special districts in their labor matters involving police, fire, sanitation, blue collar and white collar employees, teachers, administrators and non-instructional staff, with units ranging from as few as seven in number to several hundred employees. Mr. Olivo presently serves as labor counsel to the many of the firm's public sector clients in Westchester County and on Long Island.
James J. Rooney has practiced labor and employment law for almost twenty years, starting in Washington, D.C. and now in Buffalo, New York. He represents both public and private sector employers in a wide variety of employment-related matters, including labor arbitrations, union negotiations, and proceedings before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the National Labor Relations Board, and the New York State Public Employment Relations Board. Mr. Rooney also litigates employment disputes in trial and appellate courts in New York State and other areas of the country. In this capacity, he represents management in litigation involving, among other matters, discrimination, harassment, wage and hour, and contract disputes. Mr. Rooney also has substantial experience counseling clients in all types of employment-related matters, including workplace policies, executive compensation, school law, public sector employment law, covenants not to compete, and wage and hour laws. He is a frequent lecturer on labor and employment law issues and is listed in Super Lawyers® in three categories: employment and labor; employment litigation: defense; and defense of governments, cities, and municipalities.
Each month, the New York Employment Law Letter three-part subscription package delivers the practical, hands-on advice you need to manage your New York workforce safely and in compliance with New York and federal laws. That's because the newsletter's editors are New York attorneys who defend and counsel employers statewide.
Each issue also keeps you on top of U.S. Supreme Court and New York court decisions that affect your workforce, all reported with New York's local laws and policies in mind. You get all the information you need to stay in business — and out of the courtroom.
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Written by Employment Law Attorneys in New York
New York Employment Law Letter is written by New York attorneys who advise and represent employers just like you.
When you subscribe, you join HR professionals with some of the state's most admired and successful employers:
|St John's University||Wyckoff Heights Medical Center|
|HealthNow New York Inc||BBDO Worldwide|
|Johnson Outdoors Inc||Air Tiger Express USA Inc|
|NY State Police||Granite Broadcasting Corp|
|Revere Copper Products Inc||WORLDCOLOR Press Inc|
|Cornell University||ARCOM LABS INC|
|Brooklyn Public Library||Horizon Media Inc|
|Rockefeller Foundation||Brookwood Companies|
|United Family Services Inc||Meritain Health|
|Gotham Construction Co LLC||Carlin America Inc|
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