Stanley Brown has dealt with complex labor and employment issues for four decades, starting his career in the Appellate Litigation Branch of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) where he argued his first case in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit six months after graduation from Georgetown Law School.
Since leaving the NLRB, Stan has become a go-to resource on the topic of labor relations and advised clients, negotiated collective bargaining agreements, and defended unfair labor practices in a wide range of industries from major automobile manufacturers to television broadcasters, hotels, major league baseball, colleges, and universities.
Besides his labor relations work, he has represented clients on virtually every employment issue. He has litigated whistleblower, trade secret, wage/hour, and discrimination cases in numerous state and federal courts and before judges and juries. And he has advised clients on best practices to avoid litigation. Having worked in Washington, D.C. for many years he is particularly attuned to the best ways to deal with government agencies such as the EEOC, the Department of Labor, and the NLRB. He has received commendations from the Department of Labor and the NLRB.
A former head of our Labor and Employment group, Stan was described in Chambers as "an excellent and creative strategist with a wealth of experience and exceptional client service skills."