Phoenix, AZ WW/Press/October 7, 2016 –Stanley Lubin, Founding Partner with Lubin & Enoch, P.C., was selected for inclusion in the forthcoming Top Attorneys of North America 2017 edition of The Who’s Who Directories.
The accomplishments and achievements attained by Mr. Stanley Lubin, in the field of Legal Services, warrants inclusion into the Top Attorneys of North America. Stanley Lubin’s practice concentrates in providing advice and representing labor unions, employees and employers in all facets of labor relations and employment law. He has been involved in matters arising under the National Labor Relations Act, the Railway Labor Act, the Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act, the Federal Labor Relations Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, Title VII of the Equal Employment Opportunities Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, Vocational Rehabilitation Act, and numerous state statutes and local ordinances covering similar topics. Mr. Lubin has been responsible for a number of advances in labor relations and employment law. In North Valley Emergency Specialists v. Santana, he obtained a state Supreme Court decision that, in Arizona, all employer/employee agreements are exempt from the provisions of the Arizona Arbitration Act. In Godbey v. Roosevelt School District, he obtained an appellate court decision defining the legal test for class actions in Arizona and prohibiting a school district from amending its rules in violation of its contracts with its teaching staff. In Fleming v. YRMC, he successfully argued in the Ninth Circuit that the Vocational Rehabilitation Act protected independent contractors from discriminatory employment practices based on perceived disability. Mr. Lubin has had additional successes in numerous cases throughout his career. Recently, Mr. Lubin won an arbitration award against a national transport company to restore pension benefits to the levels negotiated with the union representing more than 1,100 employees and obtained a court order enforcing that award. He also co-authored the initiative that established a minimum wage in Arizona upon being enacted in 2006 by a majority greater than 70% of all voters and a collective bargaining law enacted by the City of Phoenix in 1978, the first such law in Arizona. Stanley received his A.B. from The University of Michigan and his J.D. with honors from The University of Michigan School of Law. He is a member of the American Arbitration Association Panel of Mediators, American Arbitration Association Panel of Commercial Arbitrators (Employment), Texas Bar Association, Arizona Bar Association, and a Founding member of the Arizona Employment Lawyers Association.
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