Daniel M. Nesbitt
Dan Nesbitt joined the firm in December 2019. Mr. Nesbitt represents labor unions and their members in litigation, before the National Labor Relations Board, and in arbitration proceedings. He focuses on important issues arising in the workplace, including unfair labor practices, internal union governance, collective bargaining disputes, and other violations of federal and state employment law.
Prior to joining Cohen, Weiss and Simon LLP, Mr. Nesbitt was a law clerk for Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Mr. Nesbitt graduated cum laude from Cornell Law School in 2018. During law school, Mr. Nesbitt interned at the Empire Justice Center, the Department of Justice, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. He also worked as a student-attorney in Cornell’s Labor Law Clinic and Farmworkers Legal Assistance Clinic.
Mr. Nesbitt graduated summa cum laude from John Carroll University in 2015.
Through unions, people join together to express their voices and work collectively for the benefit of themselves and their friends and colleagues. I am honored to play even a small role in this critical movement.
- AFL-CIO Union Lawyers Alliance
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