is a labor and employment law attorney with a primary focus in traditional labor law, which includes labor arbitrations, collective bargaining, unfair labor practices, and maintaining non-union status. A partner at the firm, his practice also includes the full range of employment law services, such as defending employers in employment litigation matters alleging wrongful discharge, discrimination, retaliation, harassment, wage-related claims, breach of contract, and claims regarding the classification of workers as independent contractors under various state and federal laws. David also is an active contributor on labor and employment law topics for a range of publications and websites.
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