Neil Groberg, Esq.
Professional Work History:
- 1998- Present. Private practice providing mediation and arbitration services and expert yet understandable and practical legal advice on a wide range of employment matters for both employers and employees. Also trains employers and teaches masters lev
Dispute Resolution Experience
- Mediator and arbitrator for private parties -Facilitator between State of Connecticut and the Administrative and Residual Employees Union, Local 4200-AFT/CSFT, AFL-CIO regarding alternative work schedule disputes. - Mediator f
Cornell University Dispute Resolution Training (Course titles and dates taken)
The Alliance for Education in Dispute Resolution and Cornell University for successful completion of its Employment Arbitrator Training Program.
Other Dispute Resolution Training
- Council of Better Business Bureau?s Arbitrator Training Program. - Certificate from the University of Connecticut Labor Education Center for successful completion of its Mediator Training Program
- Numerous volunteer and community positions past and present including: - Member of the Burlington Vermont Ward VI Neighborhood Planning Association Steering Committee. ? Member of the Board of Directors of DREAM, a youth-based
- Years of real-world experience in the workplace. - B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania major in Personnel Administration. - J.D. Hofstra Law School where I took seven labor/employment
S. Fae Brown-Brewton Assistant Director State of Connecticut Office of Labor Relations MS53OLR 450 Capitol Avenue Hartford, CT 06106 (860) 418-6217 email@example.com Paul J Krell former President of A&R Administrative and Residual Employees Union Local 4200 CFEPE, AFT, AFL-CIO 86 Vine Rd Bristol, CT 06010 (860) 583-2579 firstname.lastname@example.org Nathaniel Brown, Esq. 860-456-4120 email@example.com
- Negotiable per hour compensation for mediation, arbitration or facilitation, including pre-hearing conferences and document review. - Willing to travel, especially within New England and New York, with travel time and expense charges deter