•Fellow Peter Bennett (pictured right) of The Bennett Law Firm in Portland, ME was recently certified by the ABA Board of Elections as the Maine State Delegate to the ABA House of Delegates.
•Fellow Lawrence Casey, a Shareholder at Davis Malm & D'Agostine in Boston, MA, has been selected by his peers for inclusion of the 2018 Massachusetts Super Lawyers. for his practice in business, employment and litigation.
•Fellow Graham J. Clarkerecently presented a paper entitled "Procedurally Fair Administrative Tribunals: The Law Firm Model" at a Canadian Institute administrative law conference in Ottawa.
•Fellow David M. Cook was recently recognized in the 2018 Lawdragon 500 Plaintiff Employment Lawyers; and Ohio Superlawyers – 2019 – Labor and Employment.
•Fellow Harold Datz celebrated his recent 80th birthday by bicycling a century ride (100 miles) on September 3, 2018. He continues to teach labor law at Georgetown Law School and employment law at George Washington University Law School. Mr. Datz is a founding Governor and a past president of the College.
•Fellows Debra Katz, Lisa Banks and Dan Edelman, all from Katz, Marshall & Banks in Washington, DC, were honored as Best Lawyers by The Best Lawyers in America in its 2019 edition. The attorneys were awarded for their work in civil rights law, employment law – individuals, litigation – labor and employment, and qui tam law.
Fellows gathered in Detroit and Dallas to welcome and congratulate the College's newest members who will be inducted in San Francisco next month.
The College mourns the recent passing of Fellow Herbert C. Snyder, Jr.
Herb Snyder (photo left), inducted as a Fellow in 1997, passed away peacefully on September 29th. He was 84 years old. Herb attended the University of Michigan Law School, earning his law degree in 1963. Subsequently he joined Barnes, Hickam, Pantzer & Boyd (Barnes & Thornburg) in Indianapolis and became a partner of the firm in 1971. Herb then served as partner in the Barnes & Thornburg law firm in Fort Wayne until his retirement in 1996, having contributed to the body of employment case law through several precedent-setting decisions. After his retirement, Herb served on the board of directors for Fort Wayne Philharmonic, and was their pro bono labor lawyer for over twenty years. He is survived by four daughters, three son-in-laws and ten grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra, or The Literacy Alliance of Fort Wayne. A link to his obituary can be found here.
Members of the College strive to promote achievement, advancement and excellence in the practice of labor and employment law. Mr. Snyder distinguished himself as a leader in the field, and the College was proud to have been able to call him a Fellow.
Fellows are encouraged to include the College logo on their website. Please contact Susan Wan for a downloadable file or download the logo.
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