Working with a range of clients that include those in the cultural arena, Robert P. Duvin provides day-to-day advice and counsel about:
- Contract interpretation
- Problems arising from collective bargaining agreements
- Employment discrimination
- Wrongful termination
- Business restructuring
As a chief negotiator, he has successfully produced contracts that have included company-saving concessions, and he has worked extensively with the supermarket industry, addressing economic challenges and offering valuable advice. In recent years, he also has served as mediator.
Additionally, Robert's practice includes representing clients, including arts organizations, in commercial and high-stakes litigation matters. In that capacity, he has appeared before all levels of federal and state courts on a variety of matters. He also has been asked to speak on numerous occasions on the state of labor relations and collective bargaining.
Prior to joining Littler Mendelson, Robert founded a law firm in 1972. That firm grew to 47 attorneys, represented major companies throughout the country in all areas of labor relations and employment law, and was selected by The American Lawyer as one of the top six management labor law firms in the country before merging with Littler in 2007. In law school, he authored an article for the Columbia Law Review.