Mr. Braun is a New York based attorney whose practice concentrates in the areas of labor and employment law, construction and prevailing wage law, and the representation of libraries. He holds a Juris Doctorate from the Fordham University School of Law; a Bachelor of Arts degree, Magna Cum Laude, from Pace University; and is a member of the Alpha Chi national collegiate honor society. Mr. Braun is admitted to practice law in the State of New York as well as before the Supreme Court of the United States, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.
Professionalism requires a fundamental commitment to excellence in all respects. This means being knowledgeable, well-prepared, organized, punctual, returning communications promptly, and keeping clients informed throughout the legal process.
By addressing legal issues sensibly and realistically, creative and strategic solutions may be formulated with a view toward effectuating a successful outcome.
Labor and employment issues often involve laws, rules and/or regulations which can be complex and fraught with pitfalls for the unwary. Mr. Braun provides advice and representation to clients in the public and private sectors with respect to areas such as collective bargaining, strikes and picketing, organizing campaigns, project labor agreements, unfair or improper labor practice charges, discrimination and harassment, administrative proceedings, litigation, alternative dispute resolution, personnel policies, wage and hour claims, unemployment defense, non-competition and confidentiality agreements, employment contracts, and severance matters.
Mr. Braun assists contractors, individuals, bonding companies and architects regarding a variety of construction industry matters, including the negotiation and enforcement of public and private contracts, bid protests, lien and trust fund claims, delays and contract terminations, as well as the prosecution and defense of payment bond claims. Also, he provides guidance in connection with investigations alleging violations of public work prevailing wage and supplemental benefit laws.
In New York, there are different types of libraries, each of which is governed by distinct rules. Mr. Braun counsels libraries concerning such issues as well as those involving daily operations, personnel policies, grievance and disciplinary matters, collective bargaining negotiations, contract drafting and enforcement, and compliance with State and local Civil Service requirements.
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