Recognized as one of the elite public sector practices in New York, Stroock’s attorneys serve our clients in their roles both as negotiators and as advocates for the broader interests of the communities their members serve. Stroock has advised its clients in connection with collective bargaining issues, represented them in contractual fact-finding and arbitration proceedings and acted on their behalf in improper practice proceedings before the New York State Public Employment Relations Board and the New York City Board of Collective Bargaining. We have also guided our clients in the pursuit of labor law reform and the impact of Federal, State and City anti-discrimination provisions. Counted among Stroock’s clients are the United Federation of Teachers, the Uniformed Sanitationmen’s Association and Teamsters Local 237 Health and Welfare Funds. Stroock litigators have served as labor representative on the New York City Board of Collective Bargaining and as counsel for the New York City Municipal Labor Committee, the umbrella organization for the City’s municipal workers, in connection with litigation and legislative initiatives. The quarterly publication, Stroock Reports – Public Employee Law, is widely distributed to unions and government personnel. Stroock’s efforts on behalf of their clients have included amici filings in Taylor Law and school financing matters. Tapping the Firm’s broad knowledge and experience in the Government Relations arena, Stroock partners with our labor sectors clients in striving to achieve their wide range of goals.
Attorneys in this Group
|Alan M. Klinger||Co-Managing Partner||New York||
Alan M. Klinger
Stroock Advising Atlas Merchant Capital as Co-Lead Investor in $2 Billion Acquisition of Talcott Resolution from The Hartford
December 5, 2017|Press Release
Stroock deal team mentioned in "Hartford Sells Life Insurance Business For $2.05B"
December 4, 2017|As mentioned in: Law360
Alan Klinger quoted in "Highest NY Court Hears Arguments in Reduction in Judges' Health Benefits"
October 11, 2017|As mentioned in: New York Law Journal
Charles G. Moerdler quoted in "Teachers fight back against tenure lawsuit"
September 18, 2015|As mentioned in: Amsterdam News
“The Taylor Law At 40: Preparing For The Battle Over Reform”; “Garcetti v. Ceballos
TwoYears Later: How Are Public Employees Faring?” and “Trading First Amendment Rights For Dues Checkoff”
May 2008|Stroock Reports - Public Employee Law