April 23, 2021

Volume XI, Number 113

David I. Rosen

David I. Rosen has practiced labor and employment law on behalf of management clients since 1977. He handles employment litigation in the federal and state courts, before administrative agencies and through arbitration and mediation, and has broad experience with wrongful dismissal and employment discrimination claims, having successfully defended employers following jury and bench trials. His litigation experience extends to the enforcement and defense of restrictive covenants, NLRB unfair labor practice trials and appellate advocacy. Mr. Rosen also represents employers in labor arbitrations and at the collective bargaining table, advises management on maintaining union-free status, represents employers at NLRB representation proceedings and assists management in developing effective union pre-election campaigns.


Articles in the National Law Review database by David I. Rosen

The National Law Review recognizes Sills, Cummis & Gross as a Go-To Thought Leader for the firm’s COVID-19 coverage focusing on pandemic legislation relevant to the New York and New Jersey areas. Sills attorney – authors kept NLR readers apprised of sick leave rules, workers compensation coverage for essential workers, CARES act updates, executive orders, regional regulations and workplace restrictions. The following Sills, Cummis & Gross New York & New Jersey Coronavirus authors were exceptionally popular with the NLR readers: Grace A. Byrd, Brian A. Haskel, Jill Turner Lever, David I. Rosen, Alan E. Sherman, Jason L. Sobel and Lori M. Waldron.

David Rosen represents employers in federal and state court litigation, before administrative agencies and through arbitration and mediation at Sills, Cummins & Gross.  Mr. Rosen was named a 2019 National Law Review Go-To Thought Leader for his coverage of employment law, specifically issues facing New Jersey and New York employers. With 2019 being a big year of change in employment & labor law for employers, Mr. Rosen’s coverage helped our readers stay on top of an overwhelming number of developments.