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Allyson L. Belovin

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  • Allyson L. Belovin (Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, B.S., 1993; Georgetown Law School, J.D., 1996) joined Levy Ratner in 2000, after several years representing unions, workers and benefit funds in the building and construction industry. At LR, Belovin represents labor unions and individual employees in a variety of industries including health care, utilities, brewery, postal service, cultural organizations, typography, hotel and restaurant, maritime and academia. She practices before the NLRB and other administrative agencies, and has substantial experience in arbitrations and collective bargaining negotiations. Belovin also litigates individual and class action cases in federal and state court under various employment statutes, including Title VII and FLSA. Additionally, she represents unions and candidates in union elections and other internal union matters.

    Belovin has been on the Board of Editors of the well-known treatise How to Take A Case Before the NLRB and is a contributing editor to the seminal labor law publication, The Developing Labor Law. Belovin is the co-chair of the New York State Bar Association’s Labor Relations Committee, and an active member of the American Bar Association’s Committee on the Development of the Law Under the NLRA and the AFL-CIO’s Lawyer’s Coordinating Committee. She has authored and presented workshops for the ABA, the NYSBA, the AFL-CIO LCC and the Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations on various subjects, including arbitration of employee discipline cases, deposition techniques in labor cases, successorship and the labor law implications of corporate restructuring. Belovin also conducts training sessions for union organizers and rank-and-file activists on a variety of issues including grievance handling, arbitrations, and sexual harassment.

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