MELVILLE, New York (July 2, 2018) – Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, has added Kimberly Dobson to its growing office in Melville, New York. Dobson joins as an associate after nine years at Jackson Lewis P.C.
“We are excited to welcome Kim to the Long Island office,” said John Bauer, Long Island office managing shareholder. “She brings experience representing clients on a wide range of traditional labor and employment law matters and we look forward to having her as the newest member of our growing Long Island team.”
Dobson’s practice focuses on representing employers in state and federal courts and before various administrative agencies in litigation involving claims of discrimination, harassment and retaliation. She has participated in all phases of litigation from commencement through trial and appeal. Additionally, Dobson advises clients on compliance with federal, state and local employment laws. She prepares and reviews employment policies, handbooks and employment agreements and routinely counsels employers regarding disability leave management matters.
Active in the legal community, Dobson is a member of the National Association of Women Lawyers and the American Bar Association. She earned her J.D., cum laude, from Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University and her B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania. Dobson is licensed to practice in New York and Connecticut.
Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice, with more than 1,500 attorneys in 80 offices worldwide. Littler represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serves as a single-source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for over 75 years. Littler Global is the collective trade name for an international legal practice, the practicing member entities of which are separate and distinct professional firms.