January 30, 2023

Volume XIII, Number 30

Irina Constantin

Irina Constantin dedicates her practice to counseling and representing management in a wide spectrum of employment and traditional labor matters. She has extensive experience defending employers in all stages of litigation, against claims of discrimination, whistleblowing, wrongful termination, misclassification and breach of contract, among others. Irina also regularly counsels employers on the application and practical impact of employment laws, providing advice with respect to hiring practices, formation of personnel policies and procedures, workplace accommodations, terminations, reductions in force and corporate reorganizations.

On the traditional labor front, Irina handles unfair labor practice matters and grievance arbitrations, assists clients with the labor implications of corporate transactions, and counsels clients on union organizing and day-to-day contract administration issues

representative matters

  • Served as lead counsel in a variety of litigation matters and authored multiple successful motions for summary judgment.

  • First-chaired administrative hearing and successfully obtained dismissal of all claims of discrimination, retaliation and other unfair labor practices.

  • Successfully first-chaired three-day arbitration involving employment discharge. 

  • Effectively oversaw several reorganizations and reductions in force. 

Articles in the National Law Review database by Irina Constantin