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Robert D. Vogel

Salt Lake City

P 213-630-8277


Robert D. Vogel


Robert D. Vogel is a Principal and the Litigation Manager of the Salt Lake City, UT, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Over the last 40 years, Mr. Vogel has developed a reputation in all aspects of labor and employment litigation.

Mr. Vogel is the only attorney in Jackson Lewis’ Los Angeles office who handles both traditional labor law and employment litigation. He is a member of the American Arbitration Association’s Southern California panel of neutral employment arbitrators and mediators and the United States District Court for the Central District of California’s attorney panel of mediators for employment and labor disputes.

At Jackson Lewis, Mr. Vogel represents employers in all types of employment litigation including contractual, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, false claims disputes, failure to accommodate, wrongful termination wage and hour disputes and collective representative and class actions.

Mr. Vogel’s collective representative and class action litigation experience includes claims involving issues such as exempt/non-exempt status, meal and rest periods, future chargebacks on prior commissions paid, working off-the-clock, failure to pay overtime, accurate wage statements, failure to reimburse for business expenses and statutory penalties for failure to pay due and owing compensation.

Mr. Vogel has seven children and 16 grandchildren and besides his family, his outside interests include sports, church and community service.

Honors and Recognitions

  • Labor Relations Institute, Inc., Top 100 Labor Attorneys in the United States
Best Lawyers Award Badge

Professional Associations and Activities

  • Los Angeles County Bar Association
  • State Bar of California

Published Works

  • "Attorneys Fees Under the Ladrum-Griffith Act: The Need for Union Therapeutics," Loyola of Los Angeles Law School Law Review (1974) [Author]
  • "Bodle, Fogel, Jubiler & Rothschild: Law Firm Not Engaged in Interstate Commerce to Warrant NLRB Jurisdiction," Loyola Law School Law Review [Author]