Roger P. Gilson Jr. is a Shareholder in the White Plains, New York and Stamford, CT offices of Jackson Lewis P.C. He is the Coordinator of the Jackson Lewis Healthcare Industry Services Group, the New England Regional Coordinator for the firm’s Labor Practice Group, and the Editor of the firm’s bulletin called The Health Care Employer.
For 2013, Mr. Gilson has been listed in “Best Lawyers of America” for his work in “Labor Law for Management.” He is on the faculty for the firm’s seminars on "Corrective Bargaining" and "Strategies for Combating Strikes, Corporate Campaigns and other Union Pressure Tactics" and the Labor Relations Institute, Inc. has named him one of the “Top One Hundred Labor Attorneys in America.”
Mr. Gilson is National Labor Counsel to Universal Health Services; Strategic Labor Counsel for University Hospitals in Cleveland; Labor Counsel to the Assisted Living Federation of America and counsel to many other hospital and healthcare companies. He is a member of the American Society of Healthcare Human Resources Administrators and Business Associate member of the Connecticut Hospital Association, the Connecticut Association of Health Care Facilities and the Connecticut Assisted Living Association. He is also Labor Counsel to the Stamford Symphony.
Mr. Gilson is a member of the Connecticut and New York Bars and is a member of the Labor and Employment Law Section of the American Bar Association and its Developing Labor Law Committee.
Boston Medical Center, NLRB Case, Employer Counsel in precedent setting case in which Board determined that medical residents and interns were employees with union organizing rights.
Montefiore Medical Center (Bronx, NY), Employer Lead Counsel in case to overturn Boston Medical Center, leading to Union withdrawal of election petition involved 1,600 physicians, medical residents and fellows, one of the largest physician organizing drives at any private teaching hospital.
Connecticut Association of Health Care Facilities, (Transaction), Labor Counsel to Industry Task Force in 2001, continuing vital healthcare services and defeating the first and only state-wide nursing home strike.