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    Richard Reibstein is a Partner in the New York office of Locke Lord LLP where he represents employers and senior management in all areas of labor and employment law. He began his legal career with the U.S. Department of Labor and the National Labor Relations Board in Washington, D.C., before going into private practice.

    Richard’s practice covers five areas of the law: employment law (including discrimination, harassment, employment agreements, and terminations); labor-management relations (including practice before the NLRB); independent contractor compliance and misclassification (including defense of class actions and administrative proceedings); non-competes and trade secrets; and commercial litigation (including disputes involving educational institutions).

    Richard regularly counsels and defends employers in claims involving employment discrimination (including sexual harassment, hostile work environment and disability claims), wrongful discharge and workplace torts (including defamation, fraud, invasion of privacy, tortious interference and negligent hiring and retention) as well as ERISA litigation. He represents management at NLRB proceedings, arbitrations and collective bargaining negotiations and counsels employers on remaining union-free. He also defends employers in the areas of family and medical leaves, benefit disputes, workplace investigations and the specialized areas of construction and health care labor law.

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