Dennis J. Campagna
Professional Work History:
2008-Present: Cornell ILR Adjunct Faculty - Labor & Employment Law Programs, NYC. 1996-2008: Faculty, Cornell ILR - Labor & Employment Law Section (NYC): Designed and taught courses and programs for combined labor-management audiences as they relate to negotiations, mediation, arbitration and workplace statutory mandates. 2007-Present: Special Magistrate for Labor Relations for the State of Florida?s PERC. 1987-1996: law partner in a law firm (Flaherty-Cohen et al, now Bond Schoeneck & King) directed exclusively to representing management in all phases of labor and employment relations. 1974-1984: New York State United Teachers, AFT/AFL-CIO, Staff Representative
Dispute Resolution Experience
Neutral experience in Mediation, Arbitration, Neutral Evaluation & Fact Finding since 1996; Cornell University ILR - Taught ADR courses including Mediation, Arbitration, Interest-Based Negotiations. Trainer and Contract Mediator EEOC; Over 30 years experience as an advocate for Labor and Management (see above) with extesive exerience before arbitrators, state and federal Courts and agencies dealing with issues including but not limited to arbitrability, discipline, discrimination, evaluation procedures, health insurance, insubordination, layoffs, sexual abuse, sexual harassment, and time and attendance. Served as arbitrator and issued opinions and awards in cases at New York State Employment Relations Board.
Cornell University Dispute Resolution Training (Course titles and dates taken)
Faculty Member, Cornell University ILR - Taught Mediation, Arbitration, Interest-Based (Win-Win") Negotiations."
National Academy of Arbitrators; New York & American Bar Associations - Labor & Employment and Dispute Resolution Sections; National Association of Railroad Referees (NARR) - Vice President
State University of New York at Buffalo?s School of Law, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), BA Degree in Mathematics, Canisius College, MS Degree. Harvard University School of Law?s Program on Negotiations for Lawyers (by invitation).
Martin F. Scheinman, Esq. - Mediator & Arbitrator John M. Donoghue, Esq. - Donoghue, Thomas et al, Hopewell Junction, NY John M. Crotty, Esq. - New York State Association of Police Unions, Newburgh, NY
Downstate New York (100 Mile Radius from NYC) - $1800.00 per diem fee Upstate New York - $1200.00 per diem fee Cancellation Policy: 30-days written notice prior to scheduled date/s or per diem is charged for each day scheduled. Customary & Reasonable expenses including travel from closest (Western NY or White Plains, NY) location; Hotel expenses where required.