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Ian B. Bogaty

New York Metro
Long Island

P 631-247-4615
F 631-247-0417


Ian B. Bogaty is a Principal in the Long Island, New York, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Since joining the firm in 2004, he has practiced in traditional labor law areas such as collective bargaining, labor arbitration, contract administration and representation and unfair labor practice proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board and improper practices proceedings before the Public Employment Relations Board.

Mr. Bogaty also regularly counsels clients in the development and completion of preventative labor and employee relations programs and has represented management with respect to union organizational drives. Additionally, Mr. Bogaty counsels aviation ground handlers with regard to the applicability of the Railway Labor Act and in matters before the National Mediation Board.

In addition to his traditional labor expertise, Mr. Bogaty is a national resource for the firm counseling clients in the areas of substance abuse testing in the workplace and workplace safety along with litigating OSHA related claims before the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Review Commission. He also practices employment law and provides advice and counsel to clients regarding reductions-in-force, personnel decisions, the administration of employer policies and procedures, disability and leave management, wage and hour, the development of employee handbooks, employment applications and related matters.

Mr. Bogaty also litigates employment disputes regarding discrimination, harassment and retaliation before federal and state courts, as well as the EEOC and the New York State Division of Human Rights and is well versed in all forms of alternate dispute resolution.

Mr. Bogaty also conducts management training seminars on topics including union avoidance; substance abuse testing; OSHA compliance; equal employment opportunity, discrimination and sexual harassment; effective interviewing, documentation and evaluation skills; and, compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act.

While attending law school, Mr. Bogaty was Managing Editor of Business Administration for the Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal and received an Academic Excellence Award in Criminal Law.

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April 10, 2018

NLRB GC: Participating in Nationwide ‘Day Without Immigrants’ Is Protected Concerted Activity

April 10, 2018

Participating in the February 2017 “Day Without Immigrants” demonstration was protected concerted activity, according to an August 30, 2017, advice memorandum released on March 13, 2018, by the National Labor Relations Board General Counsel’s Division of Advice. The memorandum concludes that a group of Mexican-American employees who... Read More

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Labor Board Nominee Ring Approved By Senate Committee
March 15, 2018

The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee has confirmed Republican John Ring to the National Labor Relations Board by a 12-11 vote. The next step is a vote by the full Senate. The Board is currently composed of two Democratic and two Republican appointees. Read More

Labor Board Asks: Retain, Modify, or Rescind ‘Quickie Election’ Rules?
December 12, 2017

A Request for Information regarding the “Quickie Election” representation regulations (at 29 CFR parts 101 and 102) will be published on December 13, 2017, the National Labor Relations Board has announced. Read More

West Virginia Enacts Law Permitting Broad Employment-Related Drug And Alcohol Testing
May 13, 2017

Workplace drug and alcohol testing in West Virginia traditionally has been scrutinized by the courts and has been available to employers in limited circumstances.  That will change dramatically this summer when the state’s new drug and alcohol testing law, the West Virginia Safer Workplace Act, takes effect.  Passed by the state legislatu Read More