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Ian B. Bogaty is a Principal in the Melville, Long Island Office.  Mr. Bogaty received his B.A. from Binghamton University in 2000, and his J.D. from Hofstra University – School of Law in 2003.  Mr. Bogaty received a Masters of Law in Labor and Employment Law from New York University in 2004.  He is admitted to practice in New York. He is admitted to practice in New York, and the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.

Since joining Jackson Lewis in June 2004, Mr. Bogaty has practiced in traditional labor law areas such as collective bargaining, labor arbitration, contract administration and representation and unfair labor practice proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board.

A Request for Information regarding the “Quickie Election” representation regulations (at 29 CFR parts 101 and 102) will be published on December 13, 2017, the National Labor Relations Board has announced. The RFI will seek input on the 2014 amendments to representation case procedures that reduced the opportunities for employers to communicate with their employees

The General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board has instructed Regional Offices to hold in abeyance cases involving mandatory arbitration agreements with opt in or opt out clauses. Regions must do the same in cases where an employer argues that the class action waiver in its arbitration agreement is different than the one at

Four Pennsylvania school teachers, two Santa Clara Valley Medical Center pharmacists, and three New York school workers have filed separate suits challenging the constitutionality of state requirements permitting the unions that represent them to require them, if they do not join and pay dues, to pay a “fair share fee” (similar in amount to the

A group of 106 university and law school professors of labor law and employment relations has petitioned the National Labor Relations Board to issue a rule amending its long-held position regarding “captive audience” meetings held by employers in connection with NLRB-conducted union elections. The petition, filed on January 15, 2016, requires “equal time” for unions,

A unionized employer may search a company vehicle without affording the employee who uses the vehicle an opportunity to exercise his “Weingarten rights” to have a union representative present during the search, according to an Advice Memorandum from the Office of the General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”). Southwestern Bell Telephone Company

The National Labor Relations Board has held that a supermarket chain violated the National Labor Relations Act by terminating an employee who refused to submit to a drug test without first consulting a union representative, affirming an April 2013 decision by its Administrative Law Judge.  Ralphs Grocery Co., 361 NLRB No. 9 (July 31,

The National Labor Relations Board has announced that it will propose amending its representation case procedures to accelerate the holding of union representation elections, a move that reprises a June 2011 proposal, later made final as slightly modified, that was withdrawn this January after the NLRB suffered court defeats over its adoption.   Dubbed the “ambush”