Seth Goldstein is a leading national labor law attorney and partner at the labor and employment law firm of Julien, Mirer, Singla and Goldstein LLP in New York City. Seth represents public and private unions including Amazon Labor Union and Trader Joe’s Workers United, before the National Labor Relations Board, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and the U.S Department of Labor.
Seth’s thirty years’ experience and unique perspective on labor law helps him represent unions of any size. He provides daily proactive advice to clients dealing with employer labor law violations, wage and hour issues, union election strategy, grievances, arbitration, and collective bargaining negotiations.
Previously, Seth worked seventeen years as Senior Business Representative for Local 153, OPEIU. He has negotiated hundreds of union contracts including, the first contract for a private school’s undergraduate residential advisors at Wesleyan University and successfully unionized the first tech company, Kickstarter. In addition, he successfully litigated cases at the National Labor Relations Board against major corporations such as Coop City, WeWork, Menards, and Alorica.
Seth graduated from Binghamton University with distinction in Russian History. He graduated from University at Buffalo–School of Law. In his leisure time, Seth enjoys hiking, spending time with family, and traveling.
Seth is a leading national labor lawyer
30 years of experience in labor law
negotiated hundreds of union contracts
successfully unionized first tech company, kickstarter
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