Susan R. Friedman Presents at Overtime Regulation Workshop
LANCASTER, PA, September 6, 2016 – Stevens & Lee Shareholder Susan R. Friedman was a featured presenter at the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Overtime Regulations Workshop held August 24, 2016, in Lancaster, PA.
In an industry-specific session, Ms. Friedman addressed an audience of construction industry professionals and facilitated discussion regarding the much-anticipated final overtime regulation and how it impacts the construction industry.
Ms. Friedman concentrates her practice in labor and employment law, representing management in both the private and public sectors. She has more than 35 years of experience representing private employers in the construction, manufacturing and service industries.
Ms. Friedman advises clients in traditional labor relations matters such as union avoidance, union organizing campaigns, collective bargaining negotiations, grievances, grievance arbitrations, interest arbitrations, strikes, picketing and injunctions. She also practices in the areas of employment discrimination, wage and hour, federal and state prevailing wage matters, personnel actions, personnel policies and procedures, police tenure and civil service hearings and school tenure hearings.
Ms. Friedman has extensive experience before the National Labor Relations Board, the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board, the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, the EEOC and various arbitrators for private sector grievance arbitration hearings and public sector grievance and interest arbitration hearings under Act 111 and Act 195.
Ms. Friedman serves or has served as part of the coordinator teams for all labor matters under Pennsylvania’s Municipalities Financial Recovery Act (Act 47) and other programs of the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development for the financially distressed cities of Shamokin, Altoona, Harrisburg and Reading.
Ms. Friedman received an A.B. from Muhlenberg College and a J.D. from Villanova University School of Law.