Little Falls-based Scarinci Hollenbeck on Tuesday said it added to its Public Law Practice, with Andrew Brown becoming a partner.
Brown brings decades of labor and employment experience, serving clients in both the public and private sectors. This addition reunites Brown with former colleagues Nathanya Simon, John Geppert and David Blank, a team that has been recognized as leaders in New Jersey education law.
“We are thrilled to add an attorney of Andy’s caliber to our group,” Geppert, a partner and chair of the firm’s Public Law section, said. “His extensive knowledge and experience will add depth to our already robust practice.”
In his three decades of practice, Brown has solidified his reputation as a skilled negotiator. His track record of success includes negotiating hundreds of collective bargaining agreements for union employees of all types and bargaining units of up to 2,000 members.
Brown regularly advises on a wide range of labor relations issues, including disciplinary matters, performance improvement plans, disability and accommodation requests, grievances, arbitrations, unfair practice proceedings and union organizing. He has represented clients before the National Labor Relations Board, the Public Employment Relations Commission, the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Office of Administrative Law.