Years in Practice
years with DBBCA&Y
Robert E. Bloch
Robert E. Bloch is a 1984 graduate of Northwestern University School of Law. He served two years as a field attorney for the National Labor Relations Board before entering the private practice of law. Robert represents a broad array of private and public sector labor unions. He has extensive experience in traditional labor law practice, including single and multi-employer contract negotiations, NLRB and Illinois State Labor Board proceedings, federal and state court litigation, prevailing wage enforcement, and arbitration of discipline and labor contract disputes.
Robert advises labor organizations on internal matters, has implemented and monitored union trusteeships, and supervises local and international union elections. He also advocates for unions on regulatory and legislative matters. Robert also represents individuals in the negotiation of employment and severance agreements, claims arising from employment discrimination and discharge, and recovery of underpaid wages.
Robert is admitted to practice in the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the Federal District Courts for the Northern and Central Districts of Illinois (trial attorney), and the United States and Illinois Supreme Court.
NLRB and ILRB proceedings
Federal and State Litigation
Labor Contract Disputes
Labor Contract Negotiations
U.S. Supreme Court
7th Circuit Court of Appeals
U.S. District Court Northern and Central Districts of Illinois
Illinois Supreme Court
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