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Andrew Bobrek L'07

JD, Syracuse University College of Law, 2007
MPA, Syracuse University
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, 2007
Labor and Employment Lawyer at Bond, Schoeneck, & King, LLP Syracuse, NY

Mr. Bobrek is a Labor and Employment Law attorney who exclusively represents employers in all areas of labor and employment relations. He works with a diverse group of private and public sector employers, including small family businesses, school districts, large public companies, municipalities, not-for-profit service organizations, and renowned institutions of higher education.

In his practice, Mr. Bobrek defends employers against claims of employment discrimination, workplace harassment and unlawful retaliation. He has defended employers in both federal and state court litigation, and in administrative proceedings before the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the New York State Division of Human Rights (NYSDHR).

As part of his traditional "labor law" practice, Mr. Bobrek counsels and represents employers in disputes arising from collective bargaining relationships in both grievance and arbitration proceedings and has defended unfair labor practice claims before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and the New York Public Employment Relations Board (PERB). He also counsels employers on union avoidance strategies and has helped clients craft and implement effective strategies to counter union organizing campaigns and win NLRB elections.

Mr. Bobrek frequently speaks in front of groups on various labor and employment law matters, and has recently focused these outreach efforts on recent wage deduction regulations enacted by the New York State Department of Labor (“NYSDOL”). He is also the current President of the Central New York Chapter of the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA).

Prior to attending law school, Mr. Bobrek worked as a Congressional Aide to former U.S. Representative James T. Walsh (Syracuse, New York). Among his duties, he served as a liaison to individuals and businesses seeking assistance with matters before federal administrative agencies.

Biographical information reproduced from Bond, Schoeneck, & King, LLP website

Andrew Bobrek