Stephen B. Moldof joined the firm in 1972 and became a partner in 1978.
His work has focused primarily on representation of labor unions in litigation before trial and appellate courts throughout the country (including the United States Supreme Court). He has extensive experience in proceedings before government agencies, in arbitrations, and in collective bargaining negotiations, as well as in counseling unions regarding organizing and union governance.
Mr. Moldof also has significant experience in international matters, including a presentation of expert testimony in proceedings in the United Kingdom.
Mr. Moldof is a former member of the Council of the American Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section. He has served as co-chair of the Section’s Committees on International Labor Law and Railway and Airline Labor Law. He is also a fellow in the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers and a member of the Executive Board of the International Society for Labor and Social Security Law. Mr. Moldof was named as a Super Lawyer for Employment and Labor Law on the New York Metro 2007-2018 Annual Lists of Super Lawyers magazine.
Mr. Moldof is a senior editor of the ABA/BNA treatises International Labor and Employment Laws and The Railway Labor Act. His published works also include articles in The Labor Lawyer; Richmond Journal of Global Law and Business; Workplace Privacy (Proceedings of the NYU 58th Annual Conf. on Labor); “ALI-ABA Airline and Railroad Labor Law” publications; Special Problems with Affirmative Action Plans, and the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review.
Mr. Moldof graduated from Harvard Law School in 1969, where he served as Case Notes Editor for the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, and from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations in 1966.